Thanks Steve - though I see you are in Canada, not
US.http://www.adobe.com/caSo, it must be the US shop site which is
faulty - because I checked with a colleague in Europe and she had no
problem with the online shop over there.I get the feeling Adobe don't
invest as much as they should do in a lot of their systems - these
faults seem to happen all the time.
Went to buy another license and the store (here in the US at
takes you to an Adobe page of yada yada about ADEP - and even gets the
version wrong (ES3, not
gives? We should be able to buy it for $299 according to the previous
page.Adobe are really dropping the ball when it comes to Des...
Anyone know the logic behind this?It seems that if you create a form
from scratch in LiveCycle Designer ES3, you do have the possibility of
setting edges for e.g. text fields to be None - rendering them usable
(you can tab to them), but invisible. However, given there is no
underlying artwork, you probably would not want this. However, when you
are basing a form design on a PDF artwork (e.g. from InDesign) when you
are far more likely to want your fields to be 'invisible' - Designer
does not all...
Looking at the number of posts here, it is clear that LiveCycle Designer
is a very popular application, though I am not sure whether Adobe senior
management are aware of this fact.Hardly surprising - little in the way
of competition, and Adobe's own offerings - Acrobat XI and FormsCentral
- just don't offer the same combination of ease of use and powerful form
design features.It is also clear that many, many people who are using
LiveCycle Designer are not using it in connection with the LiveCycl...