Place your watermark file in the "Roaming" folder rather than the "Local" folder:
Thanks very much for that. It did help in the sense that it seem to get rid of the Adobe watermark, so I know that I'm getting closer.
However, my company logo (from SignatureLogo.pdf) still did not show as visible in the signature. Is there some secret to the creation of that PDF containing the cropped icon that is not fully explained in Section 188.8.131.52 of the Adobe Digital Signature Workflow instructions listed in my first post? I don't have Adobe Illustrator so I was simply creating a PDF from a cropped transparent image of our company icon.
I believe the instructions in the Workflow Guide are complete.
And I did not use Illustrator for my logo either.
I simply used an image in a PDF and, using Acrobat, cropped the PDF down to the edges of the image.
So we're both aligned there.
Are you applying a custom appearance in the signature?
That might be overlaying the watermark even if it is blank or not cropped in a way that shows anything.
When you are placing your signature and the Sign Document dialog is open, check the Appearance dropdown right above the image of the signature.
Ensure that "Standard Text" is selected.
At the moment, I can't think of what else might be happening in terms of the digital signature configuration. Might be an issue with the logo file.
Yes, I was trying to use a custom appearance in my signature. I guess that I thought that since the Adobe watermark shows behind my custom appearance, then my custom watermark should also.
When I do try without the custom appearance using just Standard Text, I get the same result - neither my nor Adobe's watermark are visible in the signature. So my issue must be related to the content/format of SignatureLogo.pdf itself. I'll try a few things and see if anything changes. I'll let you know one way or the other.
Thanks for your time.
same probleme and no solution...