HI, Assuming the form is created to be accessible, then that is what you
will get, the server does not magically make your form accessible, there
are some guidelines here, but you need to make sure you follow the
guidelines you need for how accessible you want to make the form, and by
that I mean, if it is for the UK Government, US Government, EU, etc....
they have there own rules for what is considered accessible.Adobe
LiveCycle ES4 * Creating Accessible Forms Hope this helpsMalcolm
I also got a warning about an empty page and a pdf that could not be
Read Out Loud. I just discovered that en dashes (option-hyphen),
ellipses (...) and apostrophes seem to break the Read Out Loud feature.
If I change the en dash to a regular hyphen, the ellipsis to three
periods, and the proper typographic apostrophe to a prime (i.e. turn off
smart quotes), then Read Out Loud seems to work. What these three
characters all have in common is that they all use the option key whey
you type them (on...
Hi there,Using dynamics PDF can be tricky sometimes with the flowable
contents...If you put radio buttons inside a subform which is set to
Flowed content, the radio buttons will flow from top to bottom,in other
matters, if you want to set the radio buttons to flow from left to right
(horizontally) you will need the change the flowed content.Subforms
content can be set to : Positioned or Flowed.When using the Flowed
option, you have 2 more options available to you within the flow
Is an expandable field considered Accessible to screen readers and
comply with WCAG 2.0?Question of the day!With the exception of the
ability to create expanded fields, why would anyone use LCD and not
Acrobat XI?Thank you.
how can I test my LCD form for WCAG 2.0 compliancy.I have an LC form, I
want to test it for accessibility.I need to make a form with expandable
fields, but also have to pass WCAG 2.0?Also, the Macros option does not
show on my Options menu?Thank you.
Hi Niall O'Donovan, I have been looking for Livecycle answers, cant get
any from the livecycle forum. You seem to know a lot.I am making an
Accessible Form in LC, if you are familiar with WCAG 2.0, I want to know
if expandable fields are considered accessible.Also, as you know, once a
form is designed in LC, it can't be edited in Acro. As well with any
WCAG tester I have tried, they fail all LC pdf's.Do you know of a tool
that will check a LC form for wcag 2.0 compliance?ThanksMurr