Try to make sure the Display Large Images preference is checked.
Thank for the hint, but have tried that already. It makes no difference.
I have the same problem like Simon(sigh-99). The PDF Document contains 2 A4 pages (working), and the the following page sizes:
- 29,7 x 320,2 cm (works)
- 29,7 x 900,3 cm (not working)
- 29,7 x 1956,3 cm (not working)
- 29,7 x 682,8 cm (not working)
So it seems there is a limit in page size that may be around 5m (like Simon noted). Other PDF readers work well with this document (I tried SumatraPDF and FoxIt).
I can make the document available for development/debugging by Adobe (please contact me by mail for download link).
I am wondering that there hasn't been a solution for this bug in the past 5 years.
It is not a bug.
I think it is a bug that there is displayed a blank page. If there is an error in the page I expect to get a message that there is something wrong (e.g. If there are any fonts missing I get such a message too).
Yes, there is a limit of 200 x 200inches. If you want your file to work with Adobe software you must work under that limit. For some reason Adobe removed many of the "invalid PDF" error messages. This is not a bug of course, but I wish they hadn't. It's only a bug if it is not working the way Adobe intended it to work.