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Topic: JS Methods: exportDataObject not supported in Reader 6
Conf: (P-PDF) Acrobat 6.0, Msg: 89510
From: mczajka
Date: 6/11/2003 03:10 AM

Another one for your list: The doc object method exportDataObject is not supported in Reader 6, but it was supported in Reader 5.1. Obviously another security thing, but I would really appreciate it if Adobe made a complete list of methods/properties that were available in Reader 5, that are now not available in Reader 6. There is a list of items on page 405 of the new Javascript manual, but it's not reflective of Reader - just the changes made to the methods/properties. There are also icons above some of these methods/properties, but I don't think some of them tell the complete story.

It would be nice to have a concise list of just the methods/properties that have been removed from Acrobat Reader 5.1's capabilities.

Another one - app.mailMsg, worked in Reader 5.1, but does not work in Reader 6.

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