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Re: Adobe Lifecycle designer Windows 7 to windows 10 Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
Still no prospect of mobile clients though. Good product, but now pretty niche.
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Re: Adobe Lifecycle designer Windows 7 to windows 10 Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
Make the form again, from scratch, in Acrobat. Not all features are available. LiveCycle forms are great, but dead.
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Re: "This form cannot be edited in Adobe Acrobat DC. Please use Adobe LiveCycle Designer to edit this form." Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
This is a long and complicated discussion aslfm. Which software do you mean?I STRONGLY recommend you print this form and sign it in ink. Anything else may run into legal trouble with the IRS as well as wasting hours or days on the computer.
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Re: livecycle... HELP! Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
Thank you for sharing the update. I hope it will help more people in future.
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Re: livecycle... HELP! Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
If anyone succeeds in buying a standalone license for AEM Designer today, please let us know, many will be interested.
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Re: livecycle... HELP! Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
Notwithstanding this, it is basically discontinued and can no longer be purchased except as part of a suite costing tens of thousands of dollars (as I understand it).You are NOT MEANT to edit these forms, and trying to can cause SERIOUS issues. This often happens with Government forms. Worse, people sometimes do manage to edit it, which makes the forms useless and may get into all sorts of issues with the Government. DO NOT TRY TO EDIT IRS FORMS, EVER !! Only fill them.
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Re: "This form cannot be edited in Adobe Acrobat DC. Please use Adobe LiveCycle Designer to edit this form." Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
Be warned that this form was designed by IRS so you couldn't edit it. The form you edited might be for your own use, printing out, signing etc, and if so that's great. If it's to send to the IRS electronically, don't do that!
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Re: Where can I find the download for Livecycle ES4? Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
You can't download Designer, it's discontinued. But do you mean you have a license for Acrobat Pro 10 (X)?
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Re: Adobe Life Cycle Design Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
It's called LiveCycle Designer and it's effectively discontinued. If you had Acrobat Pro 9 or X you can reinstall it to get your old copy of Designer. But now is the time to give up Designer, support for the forms is likely to diminish from its existing poor show.
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Re: Adobe Lifecycle designer Windows 7 to windows 10 Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
The only product available to you is the one you have, but you should consider migrating. Adobe would say migrate to an Acrobat form. I'd say, migrate to HTML forms. To be clear "migrating" here means "learn a new technology and do the whole job again" not "open in a new app and have it change stuff".You might consider also keeping a Windows 7 machine around to ensure compatibility if you do want to keep editing this file. Not saying it WON'T work on Windows 10, but it's a risk.
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Re: Adobe Lifecycle designer Windows 7 to windows 10 Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
Designer is discontinued, but if you have a license for ES2 that's the only one you can use anyway. ES4 came out many years ago but you can no longer upgrade.
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Re: JAVA/J2EE Convert DOCX to PDF Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
LiveCycle PDF Generator in the AEM product. We don’t know much about it though.
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Re: Adapting Lifecycle forms? Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
You either need to buy LiveCycle Designer (note the full name: never say LiveCycle only, that is a bigger package costing tens of thousands of dollars), or remake the forms from scratch. I recommend remake, LiveCycle Designer forms are getting less and less useful.
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Re: Adobe Reader- Saved Signatures Causing Varaible to Break Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
We can read JavaScript but we can't know what value these variables actually have or how you set them. I'm especially puzzled by the field rawValue, which exists in XFA forms but not Acroforms.
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Re: Adobe LiveCycle ES3 upgrade to windows server 2012 Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
I don't have a direct answer for you but I point out that ES4 was released more than five years ago. Why are you still running such an old version?
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Re: alt text and accessibility checker on Acrobat Pro conflicts with Live Cycle Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
I am pretty sure it is impossible to make an accessible form with LiveCycle Designer, and equally impossible to make it accesible later in Acrobat. They just can't be accessible. Love to be proved wrong.
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Re: How should I start learning about SAP? Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
Why do you choose to ask us? What about Adobe's LiveCycle Designer seems to make it part of the SAP:MS world? Why do you post material from a 9 year old StackOverflow question How should I start learning about SAP? - Stack Overflow with an added link which answers the very question you would have us believe you asked? Would you buy second hand training from a lying spammer?
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Re: Importing indesign tables into Livecycle Designer ES4 Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
If you are new to LiveCycle Designer it may be worth noting that the forms you make won't work on mobile devices at all.
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Re: How to create a "sub-form" within a fillable PDF form to be distributed to users? Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
Not sure what you are expecting/wanting to happen. There's another form on your desktop, but people on other computers can't reach to get the files on your desktop.
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Re: Entering Formulas into a PDF document??? Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
Certainly none will work in Chrome. Much has changed in the years since this discussion started.
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Re: PDF from PostScript with run command Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
You could try using the more usually correct PostScript form (c:/alphabet.ps). Also try using a subfolder, the root drive may be especially protected. No idea about the /F switch, etc, sorry - just general PostScript advice. It is best to rework to avoid filesystem access completely.
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Re: "This form cannot be edited in Adobe Acrobat DC. Please use Adobe LiveCycle Designer to edit this form." Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
Glad to hear from someone who knows better. Please enlighten us.
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Re: If I upgrade LiveCycle to ES4 or the newer Experience Manager Forms, will my old LiveCycle forms become mobile compatible? Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
There is no mobile compatibility for dynamic PDF files made with LiveCycle Designer. You may have read about a server component that converts dynamically to HTML5. Doesn't change the form.
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Re: I'm Losing LiveCycle. What are my Options? Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
Let's talk about some of the basics. First, LiveCycle is a whole suite of products. It can cost tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars. However, ONE app in the suite is LiveCycle Designer, which is priced as a desktop app - a few hundred dollars. Be sure to use the full name, especially in talking to your company (so they have the right price info!)Second, there are two kinds of PDF form. One is "acroforms", the other, the kind you have been making are "XFA forms". Some call them Designer form...
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Re: "This form cannot be edited in Adobe Acrobat DC. Please use Adobe LiveCycle Designer to edit this form." Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
In cases where we have seen this, government forms, they are forms that MUST be signed and submitted on paper. No LiveCycle form can require editing (rather than filling), because editing is not usually possible.
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Re: import xml data to form in acrobat pro dcs Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
You don't want to prepare the form. That's what you do to make a form, not to work with it. You import to the form.If you print to PDF it isn't the form any more. There are no form fields to import to. That won't fly.So what happens if you take the fill-in, LiveCycle, form, and use import?Do you remember what this option was on the file menu, though? It doesn't sound familiar, I wonder if it was an add-on product or script set up for your environment...
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Re: import xml data to form in acrobat pro dcs Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
If these forms are to be submitted electronically, rather than as reams of paper, then editing or rescanning them is likely to mean the government rejects them with extreme prejudice (and can't tell whose they are, so you will never know). This doesn't seem a good outcome.Your original question related to importing form data and you said: Nothing happens when I click the import data button.1. Where is this button, exactly?2. You say "nothing" happens. This could actually mean different things. F...
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Re: "This form cannot be edited in Adobe Acrobat DC. Please use Adobe LiveCycle Designer to edit this form." Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
To emphasise: do NOT do this if you have to submit the firms electronically. Fine if you send paper. The IRS will reject or misread a file printed to PDF. It might also reject a form edited in LiveCycle Designer. Pricessing is completely automatic and redoing the form you might as well send them a laundry bill for all the sense it will make. This could have serious consequences.
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Re: Multi-check mark checkbox using javascript Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
No, I don't think we can take a look at your form. You need the LiveCycle Designer forum as we said.
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Re: Multiple Variable Scripting - Not sure how to write script in FormCalc or JavaScript - Using LiveCycle ES2 Test_Screen_Nam - Adobe LiveCycle
(Sorry, I see there is an endif in formcalc. But I've never used it, so I don't know further.
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