as said here, Adobe Reader or Acrobat is required to view and sign. You
need to download the PDF if on Chrome and the likes.The only possible
way to use in Browser is if you still happen to have IE11 on your
Windows and installed the Adobe Reader with the plugin so that it opens
in the browser.The newer your Windows version the more unlikely that
this is still available.
Thanks so much!prePrint event was not working, for whatever
reason.initialize event is working.relevant = "-print" doesn't seem to
do anything but I understand this was a "relatively late" addition to
PDF, perhaps the forms-renderer I have does not support it [that is
somewhat out of my control].So in summary: presence = "hidden" in the
Many thanks altrue990 ! Your reply makes a lot of sense.I did a lot of
research, applied your recommendation, and came to the following
conclusion....Most probably this issue happened because the table is
being generated in the "Form Ready" Event of the page that has the
table. I think this is causing the rendering engine to get confused. I
remember that we are not supposed to change the layout in the form ready
event, as this might cause repeated triggering of this event.When I
imported the da...
LiveCycle Designer is available for purchase at the link below. It's not
part of Creative Cloud and also hasn't been bundled with Acrobat for
some time. This product isn't supported any longer, which is likely why
it isn't on anyone's lists, but if you want or need it, you can get
it.LC Designer - Adobe Store
My thinking is that as long as Adobe sells AEM with XFA support, they
will continue to support XFA in the Acrobat tools. I don't think they
want to break backwards compatibility, especially in a format that is
designed for long term archival. However, there is no guarantee. Flash
was added, and subsequently removed from Acrobat. The depreciation of
XFA in PDF 2.0 likely gives them an out to stop supporting it at any
time they choose.
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.