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Submitting a form using LC 8.2 and Outlook 2010 32bit Part 2 - Adobe LiveCycle 12-09-2011
We are using multiple dynamic forms that are reader extended with Outlook 2010 32bit. Most of the time the forms will work for everyone in the company, but occasionally they will just display the round circle clocking icon for Windows 7 and then do nothing (i.e. not open a new message with the form attached). If I open a browser window (or cmd window) and type mailto: test@domain.com (or any other email address) and hit enter, a new message will open up and be addressed to the indicated recipien...

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Re: Submitting a form using LC 8.2 and Outlook 2010 32bit - Adobe LiveCycle 30-08-2011
I am still getting this issue on a hit and miss scenario... Does anyone know how the forms talk to an exchange server to deliver forms?

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Re: Submitting a form using LC 8.2 and Outlook 2010 32bit - Adobe LiveCycle 06-05-2011
So, it was strange, after my last post, they just started working again, so I don't know if there was a McAfee situation or not. I will have to keep an eye on it, but my McAfee was set to block (and still is) on the setting you showed. I'll have to try modifying that setting if I run into another issue with the forms. Thanks again for your help pguerett!

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Re: Submitting a form using LC 8.2 and Outlook 2010 32bit - Adobe LiveCycle 04-05-2011
Hello, thanks for the reply. I do have the form reader extended, and we do have McAfee running, but it has been running on our PCs for a few years. I saw in another post to try doing a run command using mailto:test@domain.com to see if it will open a new email and it did, so I am still at a loss here. Any other suggestions?

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Submitting a form using LC 8.2 and Outlook 2010 32bit - Adobe LiveCycle 04-05-2011
Hello,I have been searching the posts and have seen issues with attaching pdf's to email using Outlook 2010 64bit, but I am having the same issue with Outlook 2010 32bit. Is there a known issue with attaching the pdf via a submit button using the following code?:RealEmail.event__click.submit.target = "mailto:" + "someone@somewhere.com" + "?subject=For Order #:" + OrdNmbr.rawValue ;RealEmail.execEvent("click");Our company recently upgraded to Win 7 pro v6.1 build 7601: sp1 and Office 2010 and eve...

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Re: Add 1 to a field on docReady - Adobe LiveCycle 30-06-2010
Thanks for the reply Niall! It almost worked, I just had to change the += to =+ and it worked. Thanks again!

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Add 1 to a field on docReady - Adobe LiveCycle 30-06-2010
Hello,Can anyone tell me how to add 1 to a field when a form is loaded? I have a field that I have set the default value to 0, but each time the form is loaded, I want to add 1 to that field, increasing the number by 1 each time the form is opened.Thanks in advance for any insight!

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Re: Javascript default language for all forms? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-06-2010
Thanks for the reply Niall!I am still using ES, so I don't have the option that you show in your post, but I did find a way to do it. For anyone who is experiencing this same issue and using ES and not ES2, you can do the following to change the template that LC uses:Navigate to:/Designer 8.2/EN/Templates/Blank. Open the template you use for creating a new form, probably "Letter.tds". When opening, choose "edit this template" from the options given when you open the Letter.tds file. Change the d...

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Javascript default language for all forms? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-06-2010
Hello,I am wondering if there is a way to keep JavaScript as the default language for all forms in LiveCycle. By default it sets to FormCalc and from what I can find, you have to change the default on each form. Does anyone know of a setting that can be set on LC itself for all forms to use JavaScript?Thanks for any insight!

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Re: Hidden fields move visible fields down when hidden fields become visible? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-06-2010
That worked. Thanks again!

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