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Re: Poor documentation for new LC4 SP1 feature - Adobe LiveCycle 02-10-2013
Hi radzmar. Thanks for the feedback. We shall surely update the documentation and republish it. The updates to English content are quicker than in the localized content.The updates to the German language guide are in progress. The localization team is working to get the ES4 SP1 content localized.

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Re: Expanding tables in LiveCycle Designer - Adobe LiveCycle 27-05-2013
I'd suggest that you pose this query for our community in the main Designer forum at http://forums.adobe.com/community/livecycle/livecycle_modules_and_development_tools/livecycle_designer_es. This FAQ sub-forum is to collect the FAQs from the main forum and is not really intended for a discussion. A query here won't get many eyeballs.

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Re: Showing Windows Username In Adobe Forms - Adobe LiveCycle 21-04-2013
To grab this info for PDFs, I believe the identity property loginName in Acrobat JavaScript can help. The reference guide titled 'JavaScript for Acrobat API Reference' says "The login name as registered by the operating system." I cannot provide the exact steps as I have never tried this.If this is your need, then I request some community member to showcase an example of how to implement this in a PDF form generated from Designer.

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Re: browser compatibility issue - Adobe LiveCycle 06-03-2013
I agree this makes it difficult for end-users to use Forms. They'll have to either customize their browsers since you cannot control their browser behavior remotely. You may want to explore the option of programmatically changing the browser's behavior. It'll be transparent to the users, except for a prompt requesting their permission to do so. I do not know how it works for Firefox.A better alternative, perhaps would be the HTML Forms functionality of the upcoming LiveCycle ES4 software. There ...

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Re: browser compatibility issue - Adobe LiveCycle 05-03-2013
Firefox 19 has added an in-built native PDF reader. Here's the news for Fx 19: http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-13727_7-57570062-263/mozilla-puts-native-pdf-viewer-in-firefox-19/.Hoping for Forms to control the opening application at user's end is asking for a lot of security overrides, that are impossible in today's malicious web world. For example, we wouldn't want programmers to have an option to execute their applications, bypassing our anti-virus program 🙂

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Save PDF form along with the typed data using the free Adobe Reader - Adobe LiveCycle 24-09-2012
If you want to save the PDF forms along with the filled data you can:Use any form with the paid Acrobat ProfessionalUse a form extended with Acrobat Professional (limited to 500 forms). See this article for more details.Use the forms extended with LiveCycle Rights Extensions (unlimited distribution of forms is allowed). See this page for more details.Using LiveCycle Reader Extensions a form designer can extend or apply document rights to the form to enable saving of filled data using even the fr...

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Split a long PDF form programmatically into smaller PDF forms - Adobe LiveCycle 24-09-2012
You can programmatically split forms using LC Assembler service and use the DDX. You could extract page1 from pdf1 and create a pdf, then page2 of pdf1 into a different PDF using something similar to: To split according to Level 1 bookmarks, you can also use the PDFFromBookmarks tag.For example, More info is available in the Assembler Service and DDX Reference available at http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/10.0/ddxRef.pdf.

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Simple ODBC connections to LC forms using LC Designer - Adobe LiveCycle 24-09-2012
This tutorials demonstrates how to setup and connect to an MS Access Database using Adobe LiveCycle Designer.

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Expanding tables in LiveCycle Designer - Adobe LiveCycle 24-09-2012
This video demonstrates how to create an expanding table that gives the end user the ability to add or delete table rows at run-time in Adobe LiveCycle Designer.

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Creating robust dynamic forms in Adobe LiveCycle - Adobe LiveCycle 24-09-2012
This video tutorial shows how form flow, JavaScript, expanding tables, and aggregate functions can be used to create robust forms in Adobe LiveCycle.

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