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"In versions of Acrobat earlier than 7.0, a document that closes itself by executing this.closeDoc terminates any script that follows it. In Acrobat 7.0, the script is allowed to continue and to terminate
naturally. However, if the Doc of the closed document is referenced, an exception will be thrown."
ok...let's just remove the doc.closedoc right now.
Can you tell me why in the script I have right now, I don't get a message box at all in Acrobat Reader 6? but I do in Acrobat Reader 7, or Acrobat Standard or Pro 7?
If you go back far enough, Acrobat has no idea what an XFA form is,
and will simply not see the XFA stuff. It will only on see an
incomplete and puzzling Acroform. I don't know what release introduced
>Can you tell me why in the script I have right now, I don't get a message box at all in Acrobat Reader 6?
Maybe Reader 6 is what I said: a version that has no understanding at
all of XFA.
Sounds good. Does anyone out there know what script I can use in Adobe LiveCycle Designer that will work in Acrobat Reader 6?
>Sounds good. Does anyone out there know what script I can use in Adobe LiveCycle Designer that will work in Acrobat Reader 6?
Sorry, you're not getting it, which probably means I'm not explaining
it. If Reader 6 doesn't understand XFA forms, which I cannot confirm
but seems likely, it CANNOT possibly run any kind of Designer script
or anything else from Designer, because it won't know how.