Hey guys, I've got a weird issue that I'm pretty sure is caused by my work's local security policies:
I use Notepad++ as my external editor. Recently (like 7 months ago), I found I wasn't able to use it. When I try to open a script through Adobe Acrobat into the external editor, Notepad++ opens with the following error: "C:\Users\130027~1\AppData\Local\Temp\acrobat_sbx\Adobe\Acrobat\DC\JSEdit.js" doesn't exist. Create it?
Options are 'Yes' and 'No'. 'Yes' creates a blank file JSEdit.js, which will load back into Adobe Acrobat just fine. 'No' creates the standard new file, which I can manually save as JSEdit.js and then Adobe Acrobat will load it on close.
My home copy of Adobe Acrobat Pro 2017 doesn't have this issue.
I've been using the built in editor for the past 7 months, but this has come to a head as I have to completely restructure and redesign the (currently) 35 scripts in my main project due to performance issues.
I appreciate any help y'all can give me.
Try it with Notepad.
Sadly, Notepad didn't work either.
Go to Help and run a Repair Installation.
The "Repair Installation" option is greyed out. I'll contact my IT team and see if they can do it.
IT team doesn't have that option either... I have no idea what's going on now...
What happens when you use the internal editor?