We are not finding that to be true. We have updated our version of
Lifecycle and the large majority of people we service are unable to view
the Lifecycle document. When we contacted Adobe, we were informed that
Lifecycle was not supported and we should make our forms in Adobe DC or
InDesign. All we want to do is have the options like you do in the
Lifecycle software, for the content to move down when some writes pages
of content, so the document can be printed out with all the information.
Hi i'd also like to point out that our application can also have high
pick of concurrent connections (several hundreds), and if the pricing
changes to a high price only because of number of concurrent
connections, it will totally break our business model based on LCCS
pricings which did not took it in account like this.And when you have
several users connected only to watch a video live streamed threw LCCS,
you will be charged twice for every new visitor: once for the new
connection, and a secon...
Thanks for the above update Jeff! It is good to hear that Adobe isn't
abandoning Flash completely, however, I must say that I agree with
adam+k and BartoszMar. This is not going to sit well with many people,
even if we have to move to an FMS solution on our own. Could it not be
possible to keep LCCS up for the time being. The API is almost perfect
and wouldn't need much support. Perhaps you could keep a couple of
engineers around (Arun would be my first choice) to maintain the server
and do smal...