just to add my 2 cents. I used Okular Version 0.10.5 with pdf forms, worked nicely in KDE 4.4.5. I printed the *.pdf file to new *.pdf file so that the changes in the forms are visible from any pdf client. Cheers
In Arabic and some other languages a character has two or three forms which will find its appropriate one automatically when you type a word (according to its previous and next characters).
How can one change or add these automatic rules?
For example there's no rule for this character and so if I set a key for this character, it will not find its appropriate form in a word, unless I set different
I've been working with PDFs with forms, and recently I've had some issues with a set of character sheets for D&D; they come with forms so that you can save your character digitally, but when I use any of the document viewers, I get these horrible black bars in the places where the forms are supposed to be on half the pages.
The weird part of it is that if I open the file in Google Chrome, I don't
we have centos server 5.5 ,and we install Oracle software stack including :
Oracle 10g DB server
Oracle Application Server
Then we deploy oracle forms on it , we compile the forms for Linux because the previous binary build for windows , every thing works , expect the chars of the forms appear '????' as question marks , because its contain non english chars .
Google Docs, now Drive, have always had an option to create forms that would drop data right into a spreadsheet. This is super handy until you tried to do something like…collect date and time information.
For whatever reason, those structured fields were never an option with Forms, but the team has finally added both as an option today.