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Topic: Javascripts Inactive
Conf: (P-PDF) Beginners, Msg: 152905
From: wsuaero
Date: 8/2/2006 01:18 AM

I am new to pdf Javascripting, as well as javascript in general, and am having an issue with javascripts running. I have been reading the forum posts on this site for many other Javascripts (I am trying to make a timesheet that autofills dates and calculates hours from in and out time inputs), but am unable to have the same results from the same scripts as they have. I even downloaded an attachment to one post that ran in Acrobat Pro 7.0, but would not work once it was imported into Designer (nor after it was exported either). I deleted the comment voids, but something still feels fishy with the program rather than the code.

When I attempted to run the Javascript editor from within acrobat, only the debugger in the advanced/javascript menu was enable. I believe I needed "edit all Javascripts..." but I was unable to access this. Why can't I use this tool?

Thank you for your help.


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