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  1. 2 points
    The user had 12.4.0259 I believe. I found a workaround that will work for us. Instead of making a stamp I made a signature with a transparent background check mark. I added it as a signature and now they can just use the signature tool as a check mark. It works really well and leaves behind only the check mark with a transparent background.
  2. 2 points
    Here is my AutoHotkey script that provides a workaround to the "before you print" nonsense. Some additional improvements to function keys are also provided here. In most installations, you would need to change "Send ^+p" to "Send ^p". ; ---------------------------- ; Nitro Pro ; ---------------------------- #IfWinActive ahk_exe NitroPDF.exe ; The following commands swap the CTRL-O and CTRL-SHIFT-O functions, ; so that CTRL-O provides a standard "File open" dialog window. ^o::Send ^+o ; CTRL-O = Open document ^+o::Send ^o ; CTRL-SHIFT-O = Open recent document ^p:: ; CTRL-P = Print ; This routine focuses Nitro Pro on the "Print" button in the print dialog. ; The user may then either press the ENTER key or click the left mouse button to print. printButton = Button10 ; This is Nitro's control name for the print button. It might change in future versions of Nitro. SoundBeep, 1000, 40 ; Play a short sound to confirm that the user has pressed CTRL-P. Send ^+p ; Activate print dialog. This can be changed to whatever hotkey Nitro Pro uses to print. Sleep, 1200 ControlGetPos, x, y, w, h, ScrollBar1 ; Get the position and dimensions of the scrollbar in the print dialog. MouseMove, % x+w/2-3, % y+h-45 ; Move to bottom of scrollbar. Sleep, 200 Click ; Navigate to bottom of print dialog window. ControlFocus, %printButton% ; Focus on "Print" button. This enables ENTER to activate printing. ControlGetPos, x, y, w, h, %printButton% ; Get the position and dimensions of the print button. MouseMove, % x+w/2, % y+h/2 ; Move cursor to the middle of the "Print" button. This enables a left mouse click to activate printing. Return F2::SendEvent ^{F1} ; F2 = Toggle the menu ribbon. F3::Send ^{F2} ; F3 = Hand F10:: ; F10 = Add comment (note) SendEvent !r Sleep, 300 SendEvent n Return F12::Send ^+s ; F12 = Save as #IfWinActive ; end NitroPDF block
  3. 1 point
    @eagan You can use a hot key to quicksign, its CTRL + U and holding CTRL + U will allow you to click multiple times. I used quicksign to avoid stamps. I dont think the stamps have a way to have background transparent. Thats why I gave up with stamps and just used quicksign.
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  5. 1 point
    Agree. "Before You Print" options are useless. Fix something that needs fixing instead of these arcane "improvements."
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