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Currently when you add an image of your signature already prepared with a transparent background, Reader will discard the transparency and crop the signature. The result looks good on white backgrounds only and even there only when not overlapping any lines.
Please add support for using sinatures with transparency untouched.1 vote
This is new in Version 2021.007.20091 of Adobe Reader DC on windows 10 Pro 2004 previous to this Update it worked fine. This error occurs on all of our Installations we tested.1 vote
Lors de la signature d'un document avec un certificat, la fenêtre de sélection du certificat à utiliser n'apparait pas. On reste avec un affichage opacifié, Acrobat ne répond plus et on est obliger de forcer son arrêt. Ce problème est apparu il y a quelques jours, sans doute après la dernière mise à jour d'Acrobat, est aléatoire et semble se produire surtout avec Windows 7.1 vote
Con la última actualización del 17/9/21 21.007.20091 no permite en el apartado rellenar y firmar, cambiar la firma que deseamos insertar en el documento. Sistema operativo W7 Profesional1 vote
Please add "Fill & Sign" in "Collaborate on PDF" in Microsoft Teams.1 vote
I've already went online to unchecked the 'Auto-suggestions' option and cleared suggestions history.
Went back to using the Windows offline version. I am not signed in. suggestions still pop-up. Please look into this.
Also, for the love of all's good, please make this setting more accessible. Either make this setting available directly within the app itself or accessible directly online.
I cannot fathom why would they make the user jump through hoops for simple, commonly used functions. It's almost as if the offline and online functions were designed and developed completely separately and then later clunked together.
Recently kind of…1 vote
When I use Fill & Sign tool all letter are typing as barcode. I have no option to change font.
BUT! when I type "space" - barcode font is changed to normal text. After deleting space I have barcode again.
Reader DC - Czech (21.005.20048)1 vote
1) Have a Signature
2) Click the Sign button
3) Click the little minus button next to your signature
4) The signature is immediately and irrevocably deleted.
This also works for Initials.
Need a confirmation window, or the ability to undo the deletion.
If I didn't have a scanner handy after accidentally doing this, I would be royally screwed right now.
(I have not investigated whether this behavior is configurable, but even having this as a default setting seems like a very bad idea)
Adobe Acrobat Reader DC
Continuous Release version 2020.012.20048
Windows 10 Home x641 vote
Date format on digital signatures should be changed to Month, date, year. or month/date/year.1 vote
When creating a new certificate there is the option to "right align" the entries. In the preview it seemed to invert the position of Name and Date/Time fields (which is what I was looking for, actually), and the strings looked good. After having inserted the signature and reviewing the stored document the actual date and time strings read backwards (c.f. screenshot attached: top row "auto" alignment, bottom row "right" alignment).
While the reverted strings may be a bug, the actual feature request would be to have two options:
- left / right center alignment of the entries, if you consider…1 vote
Regarding the Adobe Sign document prep: it would be good to be able to "Go Back" to previous screens to edit, i.e. the email message
Regarding the Adobe Sign document prep: it would be good to be able to "Go Back" to previous screens to edit, i.e. the email message1 vote
When trying to sign a document (with the latest version of DC) (system report below) it will fail and say "The operation failed because Adobe Acrobat encounter an unknown error." From my testing, this only happened when I tried to add a signature on the same page as another fill box. (like a check box or a box where text can be added.) a signature can be added on pages without these elements.1 vote
I have encountered a bug in Acrobat Reader DC that is related to encoding of ECDSA digital signatures. The signature is composed of two numbers. It seems that when the highest bit of those numbers is set it is not padded with zero to make sure that the number is treated as positive integer. Instead it is treated as a negative integer. Adobe itself treats those signatures as valid, but other software refuses to accept them. Our nationwide eID uses ECC, so this bug impacts a large number of users. I can provide test file with valid and invalid signatures…1 vote
It is unclear how to identify the problem with a signature when the yellow caution sign appears. the message is "at least one signature has problems".1 vote
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