Urgent Issue. We have a large number of corporate reference files in Adobe PDF Portfolios, created in Adobe Acrobat Pro 9.
(1) Since Adobe moved the Flash Player to a separate stand-alone app, the contents of the existing PDF Portfolios are not visible or accessible.
(2) I created a new PDF Portfolio to troubleshoot the problem. After adding files to the Portfolio the files are not visible either. Adding the same file a second time triggers a message that the file already exists, but the file is not visible in any of the layouts.
I get a message that I need to have Adobe Flash Player as a separate app when I open existing PDF Portfolios and it provides a link to the download page. But my computer already has Flash Player 11 installed as a separate app.
How do I get Flash Player and Adobe Acrobat 9 to play together to restore the original functionality?
I found the followinginformation on Adobe’s website which indicates rendering flash content wasturned off in v9.5.1 - http://blogs.adobe.com/asset/2012/04/background-on-security-bulletin-a psb12-08.
When you get the error, itrefers you to a webpage with a link for a flash player download:
Please note that The Adobe flash player you have installed on your machien is different from the NPAPI version of flash player. So you need to have both of these versions of Falsh player installed on your machine.
No, you need to do exactly what the prompt says and install Flash Player - it's a different install than the Web browser plugin so you have to install it even if you think you already have Flash player on your computer.
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