After reboot, I saw a message "new version", so I download / installed the new adobe reader. Which is now X11 (11.0.07).
There is a new feature regarding "signed documents": I opened a pdf and some extra text was displayed with a message "Signature not certified"...
The awful thing is: This signature is not only shown, it is also printed!
How can get rid of the signature when printing?!? I spend half an hour searching. Nothing.
And I don't want to read 20 pages on signatures, trust etc. - I just want to print a document unchanged, without the readers comment telling me that it does not now the certificate.
I even (manually) accepted the certificate. But now it is still printed. Now with an according comment. WHICH I DON'T WANT.
Hell, why doesAdobe makes this so complicaetd? Where is the "ignore certificate" button?!?
Any pointers welcome.
Signatures don't have to have appearances, but if they do have an appearance, I think their main reason is for printing...