You can't buy LCRE without a full LiveCycle ES server installation. It
doesn't run on desktop machines, and prices for a complete ES license
start at five figures plus the costs of a server to host it.
I'm talking about Windows Explorer, not Internet Explorer.If you're
opening a file from inside a browser window, make sure you've saved a
copy to a sensible place on your local hard drive before editing it. You
can't save back to the server.
LiveCycle ES pricing is not published. Contracts are negotiated
per-client by Adobe Sales staff, based on the specific customer
requirements.What I can say is that for enterprise LCDRM setups you
should be thinking of five figures USD.
BIG CAVEAT!!Applying extended rights using Adobe Acrobat Pro limits you
to 500 responses as per Acrobat's EULA.If you require more than that,
you must use LiveCycle's Reader Extensions module. Simply owning a copy
of LC doesn't give you any extra permissions, it's all down to which
software product applied the
You can't flatten an XFA file in Acrobat or Reader (Acrobat cannot edit
XFA files at all). You can only flatten PDFs (AcroForms), and without
jumping through some very complicated hoops involving EchoSign, you can
only do it in Acrobat.Preventing someone else from altering a completed
form is why digital signatures were invented. There's no other way.You
can't force a document to close itself.You can't disable any of the menu
items; unless the form has been signed it will always be possible to
Blank forms are not in general terms protected by copyright law. Even if
the form has a lot of design flourishes, it's still considered a tool to
collect data.Some elements of the form may hold copyright in and of
themselves, for example:a logotype element on the page may have
protection via trademarka graphical design element or photograph may
have standalone copyrighta block of original text used on the form (by
way of explanation, etc.) can be considered a copyrightable work in
Currently if a blog post in the RSS reader contains a weblink, it's
opened in Cafe - which means that most of them don't work.
There's no way to copy the link URL or to open it in an external
browser, which defeats the point of reading them in here in the first
place.Can we have a popup "open in browser?" dialog when a link is
clicked please, in which the URL is displayed and is copyable.
@Niall :Your login credentials for community forum sites are not
necessarily linked to an Adobe ID - for example with acrobatusers.com
they're entirely different, which is why Cafe asks for two sets. I guess
eventually they could be linked, but doing so would raise a privacy
concern for many users as the community servers are hosted and managed
external to Adobe, and sharing of IDs and passwords with external sites
isn't in the privacy agreement you agree to when creating an Adobe
ID. The more p...