I am using Adobe Acrobat Pro XI running Version 11.0.18 under Windows 10.
1. A user opens a PDF document. The document has a long-running process executing. The process
user opens another PDF document. When the user closes the other PDF document, the process
in the document with a long-running process stops and reports the following in the console:
DeadObjectError: Object is dead.
I simulated the long-running process using a test PDF document and it reports a similar
behaviour. Is this a bug?
I can uploaded a test document that simulates the long-running process if anyone is interested.
2. I noticed that the thermometer gui is covered when the panel on the right is opened. It would
be nice if the thermometer gui can be moved around by the user.
3. I also noticed that when the thermometer is long the exit button is sometimes missing. I don’t
have a test case that can consistently demonstrate this “feature” or “bug”.
One thing to check for is that you are not using the "this" object anywhere in your code triggered by the timer, as it may not mean what you want. Make sure you use only a consistent document variable that also won't clash with the other document's behaviour. I think you are, though, in uncharted waters.