Hi Bruno, I actually had this same problem with a client of mine.
Unfortunately, the functionality is just not provided in Adobe Reader
form that we created and tried a move around the functionality of Reader
without any avail.
Hi Everyone, My client is required to provide accessibility
functionality for Section 508 compliance. We have indicated that the
screen reader precedence is Custom Text and we provide the custom text
in the box below (on the Accessibility panel.) Unfortunately in Adobe
Acrobat Reader and Professional, this provides a yellow "tool tip" like
box that my client would not like to have visible. Is it possible to
disable this feature, either within Adobe Livecycle? More specifically,
can it done as an...
We would like to add a validation through our form before other scripts
get implemented. Here's the workflow:User goes through and provides
answers to checkbox radio buttons (user can only selection one of 3
options)The user hits a button and there is a validation that the user
answered all of the questions. If the user did not answer all the
questions, the form displays the questions the users did not answer in
one alert box (Lists the questions by number, preferably). I found the
My client is interested in the following set up:1. A user clicks a
button and it brings up a hidden text box with information in it. 2.
Within the textbox, there is another button that is capable of expanding
the text box and shows additional information. 3. When the user is done,
the click the button again and the text reverts back to the original
view. Can anyone guide me on how to set this situation up. I'm aware
that it would take JS, but I'm rather elementary in the JS area. 1. What
I am creating a form in Adobe Livecycle ES2 where my client would like
to be able to import an amount of aggregate data before a form users
fills out the form. They would like to ensure that this aggregate data
is not overwritten should a user import an XML file with saved answers.
Is this possible?Is there a way to export only the data capture from the
end user? Is there a script that imports certain fields or protects
certain data from being over written?The end users will be using Adobe