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Old 10-30-2007, 01:47 PM   #1
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Caution: MacOSX 10.5 Breaks Acrobat....

I guess the title just about says it all...

I upgraded to Leopard and when I tried creating a
PDF from a ps or html file I get a general error and
nothing is created.

In particular I can no longer convert a linked collection
of html files to a pdf document.

This morning was spent loading 10.4 onto a spare
partition in my backup disk.

I then installed Adobe Acrobat into the new system and
booting the 10.4 system gives access to Acrobat that now
works ( but access is a pain in the *ss.

Adobe said a fix won't be out till next year.

Ughhhh!

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Old 10-30-2007, 09:29 PM   #2
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Hmm, I guess I might have to eat my words...

I reinstalled Acrobat on Leopard and upgraded to 8.1.1
and I was able to use Acrobat to capture a website ( my
personal wiki) and convert the site to a pdf.

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