Why not submit to a server-side SCRIPT, and attach the PDF submission to an e-mail message and send SMTP?
Regardless of OS, the e-mail message w/ PDF attachment will be sent to your inbox!
For more information: www.pdfemail.net
Hope that helps,
The user was using Preview. However, after getting them set up with Acrobat Reader they still have the same problem.
Also, the tab order is completely out of order on the Mac and jumps around. I'm guessing it might be going in the order the fields were created (it goes in the following order 1,110,111,112,4,2,3,7,8,4,9,5,6... etc).
I'm thinking that for the tab order, I may need to recreate the entire form.
As for having the PDF being sent to an inbox. That's not really an option, because multiple people will be accessing the data, and we're using Adobe's distrubited forms service to track the data and import it into a database (and with 100+ fields, it's not something we really want to retype).
I recreated (most of) the document, in an attempt to fix the tab issue.
Now a Mac user can tab through the fields without a problem, AND the buttons work!!!
However, when using the Distribution it doesn't work on the web, and they're required to download the form... I'm guessing that might be a compatability issue with Safari, which I'm not going to pursue at this time.