Did you enable JS and the interactive console in the Preferences?
Try ShiftEnter in the JS console instead of CmdEnter... And make sure you
have the code selected when doing so.
If it's still not working there might be wrong with your installation of
Acrobat and you should run a repair installation.
Wow. And here I thought I tried every button combination known to geek. Yes, the Shift+Enter seems to work while the code is selected. Yay, that's the first step on the way to getting this new script to work!
Now to see about getting that to work through BridgeTalk, if that's even possible.
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I don't think so. Acrobat scripts are not the same as any other scripts in
the Suite applications.
Thanks for the awesome, rapid replies, @Gilad.
After your post, I started doing some digging around on the subject of BridgeTalk and Acrobat. One of the best answers was in this other forum post on the subject.
Very, very strange that Adobe would enable BT to Acrobat on Windows, but not on Mac. Well, at least there seems to be an 'out', in the form of AppleScript. I'll have to do more research, and it also means learning some AppleScript, but I'm determined to make this thing work!
Thanks again, Gilad D!