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Hi all, I am using a Macbook Pro OS X Yosemite version 10.10.5 and working on Adobe Acrobat Reader 2015 version on different pdf documents and they scroll so slowly that is driving me crazy. I did the clean my mac thing and that didn't help. I also realized that on websites and other apps it's not slow, it's just on adobe. Anyone can help please?
If Adobe isn't preparing the file for print until after you hit print in the Adobe dialog - then your only recourse is faking it out by defining a new virtual printer. That way adobe is forced to send the data to the mac which will then pop it into a plainer PDF file for you with just the data filled out.
As an alternative if you cannot get reader working, the process of printing and scanning your document seems laborious, have you thought of just a screenshot of the document? This should be digitally exactly the same, and you could even open it in preview and "Print to PDF" as you wanted. This would also be not editable in the fashion you said.
I am not sure if this will work for all of the PDF files, but I was having the same issue when printing today. I looked up several solutions and everything seems overly complex. Solutions being download this PDF writer program, or update your adobe version... ext....
PDF Reader X is a lightweight, clean and fast tabbed PDF reader which is much lighter than resource heavy apps such as Adobe Acrobat. PDF Reader X features tabbed style browsing, bookmarking and even limited ability to annotate PDFs. PDF Reader X autosaves any changes you make to a document, features powerful searching capabilities and supports full scale reading. It lacks the power of Acrobat but it's a solid lightweight alternative.
Someone else has reported this problem to the official Photoshop Feedback site where it is being discussed with an Adobe engineer. If you want to add to your comments to that topic, go here: _family/topics/cannot-choose-custom-paper-size-with-yosemite-10-10-and-ps-cs5
If you have an older version of adobe creative suite i believe cs5 or older and you upgrade your operating system to yosemite (or even maverick) you will not be able to open any of the programs or files. The operating system is not compatible with the older version of the adobe product.
\t \t \tAdobe Reader proves to be the most functional, free PDF reader and editor available. Admittedly, Preview for Mac does share some of the features available on Adobe Reader, but not all of them. Besides, most fillable forms that you download from the Internet were originally created using other Adobe products and therefore must be filled out using Adobe Reader. This is a must-have application for all Mac users.
Adobe Reader proves to be the most functional, free PDF reader and editor available. Admittedly, Preview for Mac does share some of the features available on Adobe Reader, but not all of them. Besides, most fillable forms that you download from the Internet were originally created using other Adobe products and therefore must be filled out using Adobe Reader. This is a must-have application for all Mac users.
Each program has a different specific set of printing options. I would recommend to try using a different PDF reader. As an example, if you are using Adobe Reader, try a different program instead. This article, Best PDF Reader for Mac OS X (Yosemite and El Capitan Included), has a list of 12 free PDF readers, that you can try.
For each build target, the RMSDK resources directory can be found at the following path, substituting the target name for the string [target]:apps/[target]/assets/rmsdkSo the directory might look like this:apps/dlreaderalpha/assets/rmsdk
Set their values appropriately. Modify your PATH with the following command:$ . dlreader-setenv.shMake sure that you run this shell script with the initial period ("$ . ") followed by a space.
Android Studio does not build the native library libdlreader-jni.so. That means that you must build DL Reader from the command line at least once before developing in Android Studio (see previous section). 2b1af7f3a8