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Graham_Calhoun
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Re: Populate PDF template with data from another form - Adobe LiveCycle 29-09-2010
Thanks PMG.Yes, I am wedded to the idea that I will only use Adobe PDF. The server component is a whole other story though. I understand the value of it, but as a small business, the idea of coughing up 60k is pretty much out of the question. Especially given that this form is a one of a kind, simple, time saver for my prospective clients.From what I understand about LC, Acrobat and Reader, there are severe limitations imposed on saving form information in Reader. My clients need to be able to d...

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Re: Populate PDF template with data from another form - Adobe LiveCycle 29-09-2010
Bump...Any thoughts?

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Populate PDF template with data from another form - Adobe LiveCycle 28-09-2010
Hi all, it's been a while since I've been here. I'm not a LC pro by any stretch, but I've been working on a personal project which I hope will someday result in a small business. The idea is simple: a client fills out a custom form in Acrobat Reader which I've created in LC Designer. Upon completion, they email the pdf (or XDF, or XML, or E4X or whatever might be possible, I'm not even sure!) back to my website.On my end... and this is hopefully automated... the data would be injected into a tem...

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Re: Schema for dummies - Adobe LiveCycle 05-05-2010
Thanks Paul.I appreciate it.

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Schema for dummies - Adobe LiveCycle 04-05-2010
Hi,I'm working on a project where form data is sent to a database and then the data is injected into another pdf document. I'm new to this, and a database guy has asked me to provide the schema for both documents. I am having a helluva time getting my head wrapped around the concept of the schema. Is there a document out there that will help me out?I"ve looked it up in many places, but the information goes over my head way too quickly.From what I gather, the schema is like a blueprint for the fo...

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Re: UI settings in LC ES2 - Adobe LiveCycle 24-02-2010
Paul,Your search got me to looking around, and I have found one solution. In the Windows Color and Appearance dialog box, changing the item color for "3D Object" will solve the problem.Graham

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Re: UI settings in LC ES2 - Adobe LiveCycle 24-02-2010
Paul,Thank you very much for taking the time to investigate this. I hope something good comes of it.Graham

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Re: UI settings in LC ES2 - Adobe LiveCycle 24-02-2010
I am using Windows 7 64 bit.

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Re: UI settings in LC ES2 - Adobe LiveCycle 19-02-2010
Yeow! Thanks Niall, it's good to know it's not just the failing eyesite of a 53 year old male. To me, this is a very real concern. Presently, working in LC ES2 is very frustrating, enough so that I will have to go back to the previous version, as hunting down what I've selected is causing real eye-strain. Is there someplace I can take this issue that might get results?Thanks,Graham

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UI settings in LC ES2 - Adobe LiveCycle 19-02-2010
Please view the attached file. In LC ES2, the selected object in Heirarchy view is so similar to the background color as to be virtually indistinguishable. There MUST be some way to adjust this, but I can't find it. If there truly is not a way to increase the contrast for selected items, I BEG Adobe to fix this, as working in LC is almost intolerable otherwise.Hint: Row4Graham

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