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Unexpected features in Acrobat 7

Unexpected features in Acrobat 7

Posted Apr 12, 2005 15:43 UTC (Tue) by mudd1 (guest, #29227)
In reply to: Unexpected features in Acrobat 7 by alangley
Parent article: Unexpected features in Acrobat 7

You don't have to move all plug-ins aside. A list follows for those Plug-ins that are necessary to make Acrobat Reader start up without complaining about unmatched dependencies:

Accessibility.acroplugin
AcroForm.acroplugin
Checkers.acroplugin
Comments.acroplugin
DigSig.acroplugin
EScript.acroplugin
ImageViewer.acroplugin
LegalPDF.acroplugin
Multimedia.acroplugin
PPKLite.acroplugin
SOAP.acroplugin
Spelling.acroplugin
Updater.acroplugin
WebLink.acroplugin

Dunno what they do but we'll see. JavaScript is off after renaming these directories. I did this on Mac OS X BTW, the names may differ for Linux. In Mac OS you'll find these directories in Contents/Plug-ins/ in the .app directory. Good Luck,
Christian


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Unexpected features in Acrobat 7

Posted Jun 16, 2005 10:47 UTC (Thu) by mudd1 (guest, #29227) [Link]

> A list follows for those Plug-ins that are necessary to make Acrobat Reader start up without complaining

Well, that is capable of being misunderstood. It's the list of those plug-ins that must be *removed* to disable the scripting capabilities while keeping Acrobat silent. You can remove more but you can't remove less without making Acrobat really annoying.


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