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Re: Shrink-to-fit text default font size - Adobe LiveCycle 22-08-2016
As far as I know, AwesomeNick, multilining does not give control about the text size before shrinking. Just gives any standard size (12 I think?) but not the option to set a size and after that doesn't fit, shrink.Kindly regards,Florian

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Re: Shrink-to-fit text default font size - Adobe LiveCycle 22-08-2016
Hi mattiaswallin,great piece of code for that! I worked with the length-event in case of an overflow. But this is cool. Only thing is the problem with differing fonts. But I think RTF and "auto size" are mutually exclusive right? So there is no problem at all.Great code! Will use that too, if you permit 😉Kindly regards,Florian

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Re: Shrink-to-fit text default font size - Adobe LiveCycle 20-08-2016
Guys,I think you all (except radzmar) didn't caught the point. He don't want to know, how the "auto-text-size" works. That's what he knows.He want to know, wether there is any possiblity to change the default font size, before LCD starts to shrink.Example: You want to have similar pages with the same font size (e.g. 8pt -> not 12pt as it is), but if any page's space isn't sufficient, he wants to auto-shrink the text until it fits.The easy answer would be no, as radzmar said before.I'm looking fo...

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Advanced image field options: Import as centered - Adobe LiveCycle 31-07-2016
Hey guys!Another quick question to image field in LCD. I have created some blank field to be inserted by a customer. Now I need to center the imported image directly (scaled) to "center"/"middle". Actually I do that with a XML-line: . But I really would like to just click that on that field options or better for all field the same time - the file contains normally around 15-20 image field to process the same (actually have to insert all XML-lines individual because the size and other parameters ...

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Re: Javascript in PDF form - Adobe LiveCycle 10-07-2016
Hi Karwan, hi radzmar,thank you both for explaining and helping in this case.Beaucse I cannot mark 2 correct answers, I hope you (radzmar) won't be upset that I marked Karwan as first "explainer". Hope I can count on you both with my future questions 🙂Thank you very much! I got a lot further in my work!Kindly regards,Florian

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Re: Javascript in PDF form - Adobe LiveCycle 30-06-2016
Hi Karwan,I imported every time as fixed layout because otherwise all fields were moved around. But you are right, I think, that I need to use interactive layout and/or recreate some fields to get all functionality from LCD I need. Thank you very much for your support. I really appreciate that!I try to figure out the gist of point 3. As non-native speaker I'm not so versatile with English.What I need an image field where an image is displayed to the reader. But this field has to be imported by t...

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Re: Javascript in PDF form - Adobe LiveCycle 30-06-2016
Hi Karwan,1st: that way I tried before - but without success 😞 could the problem be, that I cannot switch the "edit value" mode like you showed in step 2? I have no access to that option. Maybe because of the import structre? The textfield is created in InDesign and imported as fixed layout to LCD.2nd: this point I activated. But the "visible area" seems to be overwritten by the JavaScript - with or without that option the same problem appears. Maybe this is according to the same problem like i...

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Re: Javascript in PDF form - Adobe LiveCycle 27-06-2016
Hi Karwan,thank you very much for your quick answer.According to my 1st problem: I need the text to resize (font size). The textfield cannot be resized because of a necessary fixed layout (background has a picture). Any ideas about character / font resizing?2nd problem: Great solution! Thank you very much for that! It works (almost) perfectly! Just two minor questions: Is an overflow possible, which do not count characters but the "visual range"? That would make everything perfect 😉 But without...

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Javascript in PDF form - Adobe LiveCycle 27-06-2016
Hi guys,I really have some problems with LCD and Javascript. I need three functions which I don't know to use without JS. So I tried JS but it didn't work, too Maybe someone can help me with these (or at least one) of the following problems:Start paramenters: PDF file exported from InDesign (IDML -> PDF) with basic form features (buttons). Now in LCD I need to make the finish, because of missing functionality in Acrobat Pro (which works quite better together with ID). And yes, I know that this w...

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Re: Where to download LiveCycle Designer - Adobe LiveCycle 27-06-2016
Hi Sachin,is there any other link please?Thanks.Regards,Florian

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