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I want to move an ebook from the Adobe digital reader to my Sony digital reader (hand held), but I can't find a way to do this. My Sony software will let me import, but I can't seem to be able to pick up the ebook from Adobe. Any ideas on how I might accomplish this?
Thanks, in advance, for any help anyone can give me.
Hello Alinghi, which graphic card do you use? I have the same problem using an open gl card ...
Nvidia GeForce 6600 LE :)
I get the similar problem on several different computers which got upgrade to Windows XP Service Pack 3.
The menu bar disappear and it's the same behavior with Adobe Reader 9. The only solution was to downgrade to Adobe Reader 7 which is available at the following add: http://ardownload.adobe.com/pub/adobe/reader/win/7x/7.1.0/fra/AdbeRdr710_fr_FR.exe
I have the exactly the same problem, on two different PCs!
The menu bar changes it's size or position or disappears altogether (taking the window frame with it) if you move the mouse over it. Sometimes it appears blank, and you need to move the mouse over the menu items (File, Edit, etc.) for them to pop into view. Other times there is a large empty area below the menu bar, about 3 or 4 times as thick. This also pushes the status bar, horizontal scroll bar, and the bottom of the document out of view, since window size calculations don't seem to take it into account.
This doesn't happen when PDF files are opened in the internet explorer plug in, nor when you hide the menu bar.
In fact, a work-around to the problem is to press F9 twice in quick sucession - to hide then show the menu bar. It then appears correctly. It will screw up again only if you move the mouse outside the adobe reader document area (e.g. onto the desktop, or onto the window frame) and then back into the document; often you'll have to move the mouse onto the menu bar itself for the problem to recur.
If you maximize the Adobe Reader window and avoid moving the mouse to the top of the screen, then the problem won't bother you.
Clearly this is a serious bug in Adobe Reader!!!
Do you use Kaspersky Internet Security 2009 or Kaspersky Antivirus 2009? There is a conflict between Kaspersky and Acrobat/Acrobat reader that causes this problem on XP, and is resolved with the issue of KIS or KAV 18.104.22.1687 update (c) today.
yes I have Kaspersly Antivirus 2009. Tnx for the information. DO you think that update will resolve the problem?
tnx in advance
I checked on my laptop this morning.
Kaspersky made an important update and asked to reboot.
After that, Adobe Reader 9 works perfectly.
The Kaspersky update (c) definitely fixes the problem