Hi there, I'm working on a document with custom buttons. The pdf is generated in Indesign (CS4) and then later on tweaked in Acrobat (9.4.4), adding some links that can't be made in ID. Although I've set the prefs in Acrobat to hide active rectangles, on some buttons they show up,but only on pc's. On Macs it's ok. How can I fix this? TIA
Hi Steve, thanks for looking into this. I've set in my prefs: > forms > active rectangle to unchecked. Also in the properties of each button (which are rollovers) all borders are set to none.
My colleague watched the pdf with Acrobat Reader 9.4 pc. I haven't got a screendump to show as she is on another location. Since on my Mac no edges show up whether I checked this option on or off, I'm under the impression that this is a compatibility issue. Of course we have no influence on the settings of the viewers. By the way, I use 9.4.4 Pro, not standard.