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Re: Variable functions are not recognized in Acrobat Reader DC
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So unfortunately, the issue still exists.

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I am sorry for the typo. oField is already used in all of the lines. It must not have copied correctly. So I took a screen shot instead.

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Using LiveCycle Designer ES4, I have created variable functions in JavaScript that I call in field events. These functions work correctly in Adobe 11. However, when tested in Acrobat Reader DC, these functions no longer work. If I move the script from the function into the field event, the script works. However, I do not want to stop using variables. Many of these variables are long and used in many fields. Does anyone have a fix for this issue?Below is an example of one of the JavaScript variab...

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