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Windows Thread, Adobe Reader X 10.1 out in Technical; ftp://ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/reader.../10.1.0/en_US/ No changelog yet. Note: This is not 10.0.01 that was released a few weeks ago...
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    Adobe Reader X 10.1 out

    ftp://ftp.adobe.com/pub/adobe/reader.../10.1.0/en_US/

    No changelog yet.

    Note: This is not 10.0.01 that was released a few weeks ago

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    Serious Bugs.

    We rolled back to 9.4 because of issues printing multiple copies with X.

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    Dam i am never going to get my image perfect

    FoxIT is far better

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    There is no such thing as the perfect image.

    It's starts with a great image.. then becomes an image with something a teacher hasn't informed you that they needed.. then theres software updates.. then it's out of date.

    We had an issue with FoxIT Reader with fonts. Some fonts wouldn't render correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMinister View Post
    We had an issue with FoxIT Reader with fonts. Some fonts wouldn't render correctly.
    This is why I don't use FoxIt Reader either.

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    Did you also get the "It doesn't look that way on the screen" with FoxIT ?

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    Suprised you put things like adobe on the image, usually ends up out of date fairly quickly and needs updating via GPO anyway :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMinister[/URL
    Did you also get the "It doesn't look that way on the screen" with FoxIt?
    Yeah. The quality of the font rendering in FoxIt wasn't very good (my PDFs looked almost exactly like the ones shown here).

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    http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/837/cpsid_8...eNote_10.1.pdf

    Release notes... that need a PDF reader installed first to read

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    I've actually been looking at deploying PDF-X-Change. It seems to be a nice PDF reader and had a mottle of other features, namely PDF to TIF,JPG.

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    For those of you that still use Adobe Reader X, deploying the MSP update file will be quicker as it's half the size of the Adobe Reader X 10.1 MSI.

    Edit: On seconds thoughts it doesn't work, but deploying the MSI does, oh well...
    Last edited by Michael; 15th June 2011 at 04:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    Dam i am never going to get my image perfect

    FoxIT is far better
    Don't deploy the software as part of the image, use a minimal image and the software automatically installed after. Then it is *always* perfect.

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    10.1 versions and it's still slow, buggy and vulnerable. If I didn't have to update adobe products every few days I might be able to get some more work done.

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    If I didn't have to update adobe products every few days I might be able to get some more work done.
    Tell me about it, I'm forever updating Flash player. I wouldn't bother but it's always major security fixes so I have no choice. I wish Adobe would get together with Microsoft and allow it to be added properly to WSUS, then I could just ignore it.



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