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Re: Hide a button when a pdf opens? - Adobe LiveCycle 29-11-2011
Thanks all for the replies.I solved the problem. My script just wasn't running. I forgot to open the form in Acrobat Pro and do an 'Advanced->Enable Usage Rights in Adobe Reader'. As soon as I did that everything ran fine.Thanks again the help!DJF

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Access referring web page from LiveCycle JS? - Adobe LiveCycle 28-11-2011
Greetings all, I have a pdf form, developed in LiveCycle Designer 8.0, that my users will be viewing over an intranet through IE 8. I would like to customize certain aspects of the pdf dynamically, using javascript from inside the pdf form, based upon the URL of the referrer to the pdf form. Normally using javascript I would just access the 'document.referrer' property but I doubt that would work using the adobe plug-in's javascript engine from inside the pdf form.Does anyone know if I can acces...

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Hide a button when a pdf opens? - Adobe LiveCycle 28-11-2011
Greetings all, I'm creating a pdf form using LiveCycle 8.0 that needs to hide or disable (either would be fine) a button when the pdf is first opened, depending on whether there is user-entered text present in a field on the form already. This would be due to users opening it, entering data in the text field, and then having saved it previously.Here is the javascript that I have tried so far.var k = form1.Table.subject.Paragraph.subject_name.rawValue;if (k.length != 0){form1.Button1.presence = "...

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