5 Replies Latest reply: Feb 3, 2015 11:50 AM by 1300virginia RSS

    Palette menu buttons


      LiveCycle keeps telling me that form objects are using features not available in the target version, and I should review details in the Report palette. Every bit of online help I can find tells me that I can open the Report palette using the Report palette menu button, but I can't find a Report palette menu button anywhere on my interface. It's probably right under my nose, but it's eluding me very effectively.

        • 1. Re: Palette menu buttons
          Niall O'Donovan Community Member



          You can make the Report palette visible from the Windows menu. This palette contains a Warnings tab, which will show the list the objects that have functionality that is not supported by your Target Version (File > Form Properties > Defaults tab).


          Each error will give the minimum Target Version that supports the features. Each dumb down the object or increase the Target version.


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          The Report palette menu is highlighted in green above, but you need to make the palette visible first.



          • 2. Re: Palette menu buttons
            1300virginia Community Member


            There was only one warning:


            Table1  Although the object is allowed to break, deselecting the Allow Page Breaks Within Content option of the parent object restricts the object from breaking between pages.


            I have the Reader set for version XI and that is what I am using.  So if I turn this off the table rows will not break across pages. Would this cause a crash?


            I think my bigger concern is the Log tab with the invalid append operation as I have no clue what it means or how to fix them.



            • 3. Re: Palette menu buttons
              1300virginia Community Member

              OK I reworked the tables and now there no warnings, however I am still getting a random crashes. The request is to have one continuous page form without breaks in the content. I created it first form on individual pages which totaled 12 pages then I moved all of the subforms and elements up onto page 1 and removed the empty pages so now all of the content now sits on one page.


              Would this be the correct way to build a continuous page form?

              • 4. Re: Palette menu buttons
                Niall O'Donovan Community Member

                Hi, I am sorry, but I am not able to provide support for the time being. We have an extensive library of solutions to common problems and requests on our site. I would recommend having a look at this: http://assuredynamics.com/index.php/code-solutions/ and http://assuredynamics.com/index.php/blog/.



                • 5. Re: Palette menu buttons
                  1300virginia Community Member

                  Thank you for your help and the link.