I sent off my project for client review, but the client found many problems:
Cut & paste is not working in pdf documents
I’m making a teaching tool for classroom use. I want the students to be able to cut & paste text –
I don’t have any security profiles turned on, yet I can’t cut & paste text.
I’m looking at SECURITY > SECURITY PROFILES > Page Restrictions tab – nothing is checked
I applied the “no restrictions apply: all rights enabled” profile to all my documents, but I still can’t cut/paste from pdfs.
(cut /paste is working in HTML documents)
See the attached image – Purple rectangles are showing throughout the text in my pdf files. The client cut & pasted text from Wikipedia into Word – then converted to pdf. Somehow, the articles brought with them their hot links. But even when the links are removed, a light purple box remains where a link used to be. These shapes do not appear in Acrobat or Foxit pdf reader, only in your interface. What is the solution?
Can I force the cursor in the PDF viewer to default to the text selection cursor?
Can you give me a script to make work?
There is an inconsistency in the cursor behavior:
On an HTML document, the arrow cursor will highlight the text if the user clicks and drags.
But in a PDF document, the arrow cursor scrolls the document if the user clicks and drags.
I would like the PDF arrow cursor to behave like the HTML arrow cursor.