Archive for February, 2006
In my September 20, 2005 blog I mentioned the announcement of the Acrobat User Community Initiative which would be underway soon. As of today, the website (AcrobatUsers.com) is live, but still under construction. I ask you to take a look – and let me know what you like, don’t like, and what is missing (other than blogs and forums – they’re coming…)
Adobe Reader 7.0.7 was released today. It is a great update which includes support for Acrobat 3D (released January 23) as well as a fix for a very ugly bug around Flash & Reader.
Users who upgraded to Flash 8 found a nasty problem with Adobe Reader 7.0.5 – their embedded or referenced SWF objects no longer played. You would see a “Buffering…” message in the browser. Good news: this problem has been resolved with Adobe Reader 7.0.7… so, go ahead, and download the update today.
What’s an Adobe ACE? It is someone that has taken the Adobe Certification Exam for a specific product. Our Adobe Certified Instructors are all required to take this test, but what about other folks? Developers? Users?
I’ve just found out that one of our partners, EBridge Solutions, based in Nodia, India, had their entire Acrobat & Reader integration team certified on Acrobat. I’ve attached a
picture of the team with their ACE certificates. Congratulations!
ACE certification is required only for training instructors, but the team at EBridge wanted to have this certification under their belt to emphasize their commitment to Acrobat and PDF technology. If you have a team of Acrobat ACEs – let me know.