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‎10-12-2019
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Re: Installing custom fonts to use in theme editor ajila_aem - Adobe Experience Manager Forms
Hi deepakt84913413​,if you add the font to crx-quickstart/fonts, you do not need to add a specific folder at all since that location is included by default. I tested by putting an .otf font inside crx-quickstart/fonts and checked the error.log file to make sure the font location was picked up:06.03.2018 09:31:11.513 *INFO* [CM Event Dispatcher (Fire ConfigurationEvent: pid=com.day.cq.dam.handler.gibson.fontmanager.impl.FontManagerServiceImpl)] com.day.cq.dam.handler.gibson.fontmanager.impl.FontM...
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Re: Installing custom fonts to use in theme editor ajila_aem - Adobe Experience Manager Forms
In order to have a Font available in AEM 6.3 Forms, you need to do two steps:1. Make the font known to AEM by providing the path to it: go to http://[server]:[port_number]/system/console/configMgr​ and edit "CQ-DAM-Handler-Gibson Font Manager Service". Add the path to your font library (e.g. "/Library/Fonts" under macOS). Alternatively, you can add the font to "[AEM Install Dir]/crx-quickstart/fonts".2. Next, edit "Adaptive Form Theme Configuration Service". Add a new entry for each font you wan...
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Re: Batch uploading images ajila_aem - Adobe LiveCycle
Hi Niall,thanks for your input. Your suggestion is what I had in mind as a workaround. I have not found any other approach at this point and therefore will probably go with that option.Dennis
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Batch uploading images ajila_aem - Adobe LiveCycle
I am looking for a solution to comfortably upload multiple images into a Livecycle Designer form. The upload feature I envision should allow a user to select several images from his hard disk and Livecycle will create a new page for each image and add the image to an image form field available on the template.Is this or a similar approach possible? Attaching the images to the PDF is not a viable solution and therefore the only alternative I am aware of is to manually fill image fields one by one...
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