I have an issue that I'm hoping someone can shed some light on.
this.submitForm("https://cfs.orcasnet.com/...#FDF", false, true);
(portions of the URL removed for security reasons)
I have gone so far as to put a sniffer on the wire. No data is sent or received on the mac after this call is executed but on the Windows/IE the request is sent and a response received (which of course it would have to, to work).
This started occurring a couple of weeks ago. This appears to have begun with the 11.10.19 update of Acrobat on the mac.
Here is the current configuration:
Adobe Acrobat Pro XI Version 11.10.19 (I don't think it has anything to do with this being PRO I think read will do the same thing)
MacOS Sierra Version 10.12.3
Safari Version 10.0.3 (12602.4.8)
Does anyone know if any new security settings on the Acrobat Internet Plugin, Safari or Mac OS updates might be interfering with sending the data?
Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to work around or debug this issue?
Thanks in advance for you help with this.
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Safari uses an internal PDF plugin, which has poor support for scripts
(like many of these browser plugins). It has nothing to do with Adobe...
On Wed, Mar 8, 2017 at 10:23 PM, PaulCarrick <email@example.com>
Actually, that's only true as long as you don't install Adobe Acrobat or the free Adobe Reader - these applications install a plug-in in Safari that allows you to display PDF files within the browser.
You may want to review the Safari portion of this article: