Fellow Readers and Subscribers,
I wanted to take the time to thank you all for the encouragement and invaluable feedback you’ve provided me through this blog over the past 18 months (and more in the Designer Forums). I’ve done my best to relay your comments, suggestions and requests to the various teams that produce the technology you use in products related to XFA form authoring and filling and I know it has had a positive impact!
Over the past year, as I’ve been working to develop this blog, I’ve also been working hard with my wife to help start her new women’s fashion company, The Beautiful Pear. As you all know (or can imagine), responsibilities increase as a new business grows and since I consider The Beautiful Pear a top priority, I am no longer able to keep-up with both projects outside of my responsibilities as a Computer Scientist at Adobe.
As such, I’ve closed commenting on all previous posts but I have left the various articles and tutorials online so that you and new visitors can use them as resources for your projects. Thankfully, the Designer Team will continue to post about using Designer on the new Designer Team blog.
Should you have questions to ask, I would encourage you to post them to one of the following Adobe Forums, as is appropriate:
Another great spot to post questions to is the Adobe Acrobat User Community site’s Ask an Expert tool and if you’ve exhausted all possible workarounds, you can always log a feature request or bug report directly with Adobe.
I wish you all good luck with your projects and I may, from time to time, see you on the forums or at the AUC!
Posted by Stefan Cameron on October 29th, 2007
Filed under General