AllowPSFileOps (Mac OS Sierra, Acrobat DC)

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May 30, 2017 May 30, 2017

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I am from Japan.

I read the following document.

Acrobat DC SDK Documentation

I tried on Terminal:

plutil -replace AllowPSFileOps -bool true ~/Library/Preferences/com.adobe.distillerDC.plist

but, always reset to default value when Distiller restarted.

I usualy OS X Yosemite and Distiller X (com.adobe.distiller10.plist), it works fine.

Sincerely,

AOKI Yoshihiro

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Adobe Employee , May 30, 2017 May 30, 2017
No, you need to pass it DIRECTLY to the Distiller executable – something like:./Distiller.app –F foo.eps

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That is correct. You MUST pass that command directly to Distiller on each invocation of Distiller, for security purposes.

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Thank you very very much for your reply.

I tried many times:

1. use `plutil' command on the Terminal

2. just after, invoke Disitiller (by click from dock)

(I use Terminal (`open' command), many EPS to PDF, with bash)

but, Dsitiller doesn't work (RunfileEx.ps so).

Sholud  I use `.joboptions ' or `prologue.ps' ?

Sincerely,

AOKI Yoshihiro

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Sorry, I dragged many EPS to Distiller from Finder.

each EPS include:

(/User/aoki/works/..../xxx.eps) run

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sorry, my poor English.

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Adobe Employee ,
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No, you need to pass it DIRECTLY to the Distiller executable – something like:

./Distiller.app –F foo.eps

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New Here ,
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I try it!

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I was able to do it!

arigato gozai masita.

THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

very much.

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