I noticed this morning that searching the LiveCycle Designer forum seems to be limited to today. My grasp of Latin is limited so I am not going to attempt the plural of 'forum' . Suffice to say, it seems to be across the board.
Is this a temporary 'feature' or a permanent clear out?
The limitation does neither seem to apply to the forums in general (using the Search Forums button), or to specific forum searches (using the Search This Forum button).
It seems that forum is used as a plain English word by Adobe.
It must be a local issue, when I search here it only returns results from yesterday or today:
Maybe all will be well when I log back in later.
You are welcime, Niall.
I believe there are some random strangenesses; earlier today at about 1 AM PST, I witnessed a temporary fallout in the Illustrator forum so I had to reload, whereas this forum and five others appeared as usual at the same time.
For here at adobe and most "Forums" on the internet its "Forums" not "fora". While "Fora" may be technical correct. It use has become out of favor for years. For one thing it sounds too much like "Flora". And second it makes the person using it looklike they are trying real hard to impress someone that they know latin. I am almost 62 years old graduated in 1968. and the last time my high school taught Latin was in 1964 when the latin teacher had exactly 2 students. Needless to say, she taught another language the following year and it has never returned. Even Doctors no long use Latin to write prescriptions, nor do Pharmacists' have the ability to read it. It left to the realm of certain scientific endeavors.
Even Doctors no long use Latin to write prescriptions, nor do Pharmacists' have the ability to read it.
If anyone can read a prescription, it is not (hand) written by a doctor.
Consequently, any claim that doctors (still) do, or (ever) did, (hand) write prescriptions in Latin remains an unprovable theory/hypothesis/assumption/guess/hoax.
Your obviously young I can remember when my doctor wrote perscription in a Language I couldn't read. And it wasn't because he had bad handwritting because he had good handwritting. I had even asked one time what the language was it was said it was Latin. Of course it could have been ancient Roman or Greek for all I know.
... I can remember when my doctor wrote perscription in a Language I couldn't read... I had even asked one time what the language was it was said it was Latin. Of course it could have been ancient Roman or Greek for all I know.
That was not a disproof of the unproveability.