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  1. Transparency check box in border color disappeared

    When I try to change the border color under the prepare tool I am not prompted with a transparency check box in the color select window that pops up as I previously was. Ive checked other PDF's that I've created and I am coming across the same issues.

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  2. Transparent is no longer offered as option on borders

    When you add a check box or radio button, there is no longer an option to select Transparent as the border color. Please add back!

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  3. High Sierra bug in Acrobat DC?

    High Sierra has evidently broken the NONE option (or Transparent) in check boxes and perhaps other elements in Acrobat DC. Please fix this.

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  4. 2 votes
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  5. Opacity

    Since updating to High Sierra, I have been unable to adjust the color opacity when filling in color for text/form boxes. The "Colors" box used to have something at the bottom for adjusting the opacity, and, since the opacity is turned all the way up by default, I have no way of actually filling in these boxes with color.

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  6. Enable Image Field option for user to remove an image if wrong image chosen

    Customer can place an image in an image field but cannot delete if wrong image was chosen. Please add 'remove added image' or enable to create ability for image field to add an action so customer can delete the wrong image. I am getting complaints from customers! Thanks.

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  7. Issue with text field border color

    I'm trying to remove the border around a text field. There doesn't seem to be an option to choose no color.

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  8. Fix transparency issue on check boxes, etc.... on Mac....

    The 'transparency' check box is gone when creating forms. This feature used to work, but is no longer available. This from what I hear seems to be an Mac issue...

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    Adobe Acrobat and Reader official update containing the fix for this issue is now available. This update will be automatically pushed to all existing installations of Acrobat and Reader.

    If you want, you may also manually trigger the update by opening the application and going to Help > Check for Updates.

    More information about this release is here: adobe.com/devnet-docs/acrobatetk/tools/Rele…

    Please try it out and let us know your feedback.

    Thanks!
    -Bhavna

  9. Bug: Unable to set stroke/fill for form objects

    Many months since Mac OS High Sierra was available in public beta, and well over a month since release, there still exists a bug that prevents the setting of stroke and fill for form objects. For the millions of Acrobat users that regularly create forms in Acrobat, this is a very serious bug that should have been fixed long ago.

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    Adobe Acrobat and Reader official update containing the fix for this issue is now available. This update will be automatically pushed to all existing installations of Acrobat and Reader.

    If you want, you may also manually trigger the update by opening the application and going to Help > Check for Updates.

    More information about this release is here: adobe.com/devnet-docs/acrobatetk/tools/Rele…

    Please try it out and let us know your feedback.

    Thanks!
    -Bhavna

  10. Acrobat Pro DC - Prepare Form - Add An Image Field doesn't work in CC 2018

    OS: 10.13.1 & Acrobat Pro DC 17.12.20098.240878

    When building a form for a client, I use the "Add An Image Field". This field stopped working properly after I updated OS and to CC 2018. Now when the client tries to add a photo, everything works as expected through the photo upload process, but the photo will not display in the photo's form field after they click the "OK" button after browsing for and uploading the photo.

    The options for the button are "Label only", "Invert", State: Up. These are the default settings for the Image field.

    I was able to…

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  11. Acrobat XI Pro crashes in some forms after update to 11.0.21

    After updating Acrobat XI Pro to 11.0.21, a form that previously worked now crashes when undertaking different actions. The same form works in Acrobat XI Pro 11.0.20, and the latest version of Acrobat DC Pro (as at 08/18/2017. The crashes occur when selecting an item from a drop-down list [the crash occurs at a point in the script where a rawValue is extracted from a checkbox, i.e. Page.SubForm.Checkbox.rawValue; however, even creating a variable referencing the Page, i.e. var page1 = Page; appears to create the error.] It also crashes when closing a page, event.target.closeDoc(true).

    Event log and crash dump: https://www.dropbox.com/s/p9fh00zbkpil2sr/Adobe%20XI%2011.0.21%20Crash.zip?dl=0

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