Plugins give EscapeE the ability to modify the appearance of documents in a controlled way: see Plugins Help for full details.
To use a plugin you must have purchased the feature and installed the appropriate permission code: contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|2.||Select Edit... from the 'Fields' menu (Ctrl D) and click on the field in the Fields list/tree.|
Right-click on the field and select Edit field...
|3.||Click the Action tab; select the plugin from the Call plugin drop-down list (see Setting field actions).|
|4.||Click Configure to display the chosen EscapeE dialog. See specific topics for details:|
|5.||Click OK to close the Fields dialog.|
EscapeE enables the plugin: the Enable plugin check-box on the 'Layout' page of the Configuration dialog is ticked and the 'Plugins enabled' button shown on the Tool bar.
Once a field has been configured, you may re-open and edit the plugin's Configuration dialog:
|•||Select Configure field from the right-click pop-up menu or |
|•||with the Fields dialog open, right-click the field in Tree and select Configure field... from the pop-up menu.|
To enable/disable plugins:
|•||Tick/clear the Enable plugin check-box on the 'Layout' page of the Configuration dialog or |
|•||Click the Plugins button on the Tool bar: indicates 'enabled' and 'disabled'.|
|•||Select Enable field or Disable field from the right-click pop-up menu.|
If a plugin attempts to modify a PDF document that is marked as not editable then the corresponding field is disabled and a warning given.
Defining a composite field
Setting search tag options