Posted by: Chris Barylick
Date: Wednesday, September 14th, 2011, 05:42
Category: News, Software
On Wednesday, Adobe released version 10.1.1 of its Adobe Reader application. The update, which can also be snagged through the Adobe Update Utility, adds the following fixes and changes:
– Acrobat fails to display Rupee symbol.
– Unable to see the last item in drop down list when navigating through list with down arrow.
– Custom scan does not work with Acrobat X.
– Comments and Annotations do not work properly in Workspace launched via Safari on a Mac OS.
– A signed PDF can cause the viewer in a browser to crash.
– Submission of signed data in Acrobat X is slow.
– Unable to input using Japanese IME after using drop box with protected mode.
– Opening a PDF with “CR” in its name gives an error to accept license after disabling Protected Mode.
– Closing a form in a browser may cause the browser to hang.
– Protected mode on XP: IME mode remained Half-alphanumeric mode automatically and cannot change back to Hiragana mode again after move mouse focus from dropdown field to Japanese text filed.
– Form data cannot be exported to CSV in some cases.
– Portfolio behavior different from 9.x with respect to coversheets.
– formBridge events not firing in Portfolio loaded within Reader plug-in inside LiveCycle workspace.
– Touching up text causes ligatures to be dropped.
– IE 6 crashes with magnifier when filling out a text field of a table in a form.
– Reader X call to LiveCycle server fails when submitting an authentication call via SOAP.
– PDFMaker hangs while converting an attached Word file with hidden text to pdf.
– PDFMaker for Office 2007 duplicates headings when both normal and custom headings exist in the same document.
– PDFMaker for MS Office 2003: ES2 (LC 9.0) rendition removes spaces between the Kanji character and the English character while converting an MS word file to PDF.
– Acrobat Updater Resets “Adobe PDF” PostScript Printer Driver Instance Settings.
– The Share Pane has been renamed to “Tools Pane”. The Tools Pane has been renamed to the “Extended Pane” for Adobe Reader (this is only not for Acrobat). This change is designed to facilitate future additions and enhancements to the Tools area.
– The Welcome screen (with the recent file list) can be disabled via three methods:
– Improved stability and integration with MS Outlook on 64 bit systems. 8.x products redirect users to Reader 10.x downloads if new updates are available. Note that 8.x will be end-of-lifed in November, 2011.
Acrobat Reader 10.1.1 and Acrobat Pro requires an Intel-based processor and Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later to install and run.
If you’ve tried the new versions and noticed any differences, please let us know what you think.