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When I make my PDFs accessible I do the manual steps and check the color contrast and logical reading order and mark "Pass" which gives them a green checkmark.
But when I reopen this file and make the full check, they pop up again.
This means I cannot deliver a PDF which has all problems fixed, or?
Maybe there is some setting I still haven't found...
You need to attach the report to the document, and then when you open the file again, and open the accessibility report (do not run a test again, that would again show the two items to be manually checked), the report will show that you manually passed these two items.
Aha - thank you so much!
A follow-up question: Would you recommend always to attach the report in this manner, when you deliver or publish an accessible PDF?
I've never done that. It is very easy for somebody to run the test again. I would say it depends on who you work with. Figure out what they want, and then come up with a process that works for both of you.
I'm facing the same issue. My question is even after fixing the issue manually and save the file , it pops up all the time.
It should atleast saved the manully passed version with user name like " XX passed manually " That kind of option should work. But nothing works there.
Is it the issue with ADOBE ?