Hi Bruce, thank you for your comments. Obviously, it was just a problem
of the hierarchy structure. As you suggested, I moved all the elements
off the Masterpage and finally everything is saving as intended now. I
had realized that the page was kind of slow. Unchecking the “embed”
option as you suggested will help to speed it up a little. Later on,
I’ll find out how to place those repeated toggle buttons on a table
structure. Once again, thank you for your time. I appreciate your
patience very m...
Hi Bruce, thank you for your speedy reply. I tested the form you posted,
your toggle button states save perfectly, mine won't. I am trying to
find a way to post a sample of my form for review, but there seems to be
no way to upload it. My form is not online, so I cannot send a link. Any
Hi, thank you for your reply. No, I did not knowingly configure anything
that runs when I reopen the document. Where would I have to look for it,
just in case? You gave me the same attachment already in the previous
thread custom checkbox or button Everything is configured accordingly
and the toggle buttons work as intended. However, after saving the file
with extended Reader rights, the buttons will not retain their state
when I save and reopen my work. Which means, I need to manually set
Hi again. I have been trying out different settings in the meantime,
none of which seem to work for that purpose. So I wanted to get back to
you and ask, if you could give me details about how to add a "hidden
field", as you suggested. I suppose, it needs to be on the same subform
as each row of toggle buttons. Is this correct? Can it be done for the
complete row at a time, or would I need a hidden field for every single
button? Which would be the correct syntax targeting the button states
Yes, I checked this before, it has been on "Automatically" all the time.
Is it possible that some adjustments need to be made when I reopen the
file in Acrobat, before I save it with extended Reader rights? I also
tried to apply the data binding to the toggle buttons and / or their
subform container, but it won't work.
Hi Bruce, sorry, but I need to get back to you with one more question: I
fixed the data binding for all the fields, so they seem to save
correctly now. However, I still could not find out how to save the
current visible up- or down-states of the toggle buttons, too. Could you
give me an idea how to configure that? Thanks in advance.
Hi Bruce, thank you for the speedy solution. Since I had never modified
the binding, I was not aware that it was set to "no binding" from the
beginning. I just tested it on one of the fields, and it works perfectly
now! Once again I appreciate your assistance. Good job! Have a nice day!
Hi again and sorry for bothering you once more. There is no data binding
configured in the LC document properties. I shared the file on several
different pcs for testing, but the problem is the same on all of them.
It should be compatible with Adobe Reader 9 or higher. I tested with
Adobe Reader version X and XI, it says that data typed in can be saved,
but it won't do it. So I am kinda stuck with it again. I would
appreciate your continued feedback. Thanks.
Hi, I created a Dynamic-XML form using LiveCycle Designer ES2, reopened
the file in Acrobat X Pro and saved it with extended Reader rights, as
this is common practice. The resulting pdf file correctly displays the
green bar, confirming that data typed into this form can be saved.
However, after saving and reopening the document it is empty again, no
matter which pc and which version of Adobe Reader I am using. I also
tried out the “distribute” workaround with the same result. Modifying