Adobe Reader 10.1.0
Safari Browser 5.1
When using Click N Ship from USPS, at the print point, at least for the past number of years, when ok to print is clicked, the Adobe print initialization box popped open and you would select 'ok' to print.
Since this past weekend, at a time when USPS redesigned and relaunched its site, though the system still functions basically the same way, whenever you go to print labels from within the site, the print initialization box does open, but adobe reader opens in full AND the system downloads the active labels as a PDF.
It never acted like this before. Reported it to USPS.com as a bug, but wonder if there are some settings within Adobe that would stop this. There is no need to have the pdf downloaded then displayed in reader, or for Reader to launch at all.
Any help appreciated.
The Adobe Reader plug in is incompatible with Safari 5.1, so Safari is downloading the file for your use.
Odd that though the USPS said Safari would not work, I had it working just fine. 5.1 must have been the most recent update.
Wonder if there is any fix for this though? Through Adobe? Through Apple?
UPDATE: After scouring some other boards, I decided to revert using Time Machine and find the version of Safari just before this last update (7/21/11 updated to 5.1).
Put back 5.0.5 and it works PERFECTLY with just an initialization box to print, no launching of Reader.
Hope Apple gets this bug fixed (reported), and maybe Adobe can lend a hand.