Now, I'm having the same issues you note. I'm not sure what changed between 3. In the meantime I'm going to go back to 9, which is a shame as I feel X is faster. If I set Adobe Reader to prepare the document one page at a time, the crash doesn't happen, no matter witch reading mode is selected. This seems not to crash, of course in some untagged documents it produces gibberish, but I'm only interested in the crash.
I will back to you on Monday. See here for more information about how to do that: The programs are what crash not the computer. We've recently updated to Windows 8. I only spotted this adjustment when I forced reading of the little alert that popped up about detecting you using access technology, which nvda seems unable to read by default. It is slower to Combine Files.
Changes: State: reopened Comment 16 by jteh on 2011-10-19 05:10 As noted earlier, this is due to a bug in Adobe Reader. You then double- click on the shortcut, and it cleans up everything for you- no special rights needed that I am aware of. Articles about Technology, Business, Health and Career. Adobe Reader has detected that you may be using Assistive Technology on your computer. It will be set to 1. We have created an error report that you can send to us.
From what I researched, the combining files to single pdf in Windows 7 with Acrobat had its issues. Perhaps we could for now disallow calls to accParent on any acrobatTextNode who's name is 'alert' as this is the special alert empty documentnode. But worse than that, the process does not finish. Unfortunately, it's incredibly difficult to pin this down and I can't come up with any more work arounds at this point. This text node very quicly gets focus as you close the first dialog before the second progress dialog gains focus. I can't quite think of anything good we could do on our end.
I'm sure I've seen this in Adobe Reader before. But again, only if the dialog witch appears when a document is being prepared for reading does not show. If I recall correctly, this was the same behaviour I discovered with Reader 9 if I set a post-mortem debugger using aeDebug. I have some questions and requests: - What is your Windows device? Comment 4 by briang1 on 2010-12-28 14:59 Have you tried saying use left to right top to bottom? This occurs if the preparation is short. After this Adobe Reader 10 crashes.
However, I think it happens for me whether or not the navigation pane is there or not. But it does definitely occure somewhere in api. If you do encounter problems, turning off Protected Mode may help. Hopefully it does the trick for you. I will close again as fixed, but please either of you reopen if it still occures. Anyway, lets hope that it won't brake again :.
I pulled the event log and see the following: Faulting application name: Acrobat. Now I've done some more testing, and here's what I've found. The crash does not occur in Hal, but still occurs in 2010. You can just take a try. It occurs for me if I press enter too quickly on the reading options dialog.
I have used Acrobat Pro 10. Is there a virus database I can submit the folder to to have them check it out and add it to their definitions if it is a virus? Try running it in compatibility mode for W7. I have tried repairing the install of Acrobat Pro 9. Running compatibility mode worked for me. Why is adobe reader freezing up and not responding.