Addressing warning messages in the Report palette
The Report palette displays different
warning and error messages relating to aspects of the form design.
When a warning message is generated, these details appear in the
Warnings tab in the Report palette:
The messages in the Warnings tab are automatically updated as
you work in the form design. The messages disappear as you fix the
Designer generates these types of warning messages:
- Target warning messages appear when you try to use a feature
that is not supported in the Acrobat and Adobe Reader target version.
For information on addressing target warning messages, see Target version warning messages.
- Marker warning messages appear when a problem occurs with
an object. These messages are associated with warning symbols, such
as a yellow triangle or white “X” within a red circle. For information
on addressing marker warning messages, see Action warning messages.
- Scripting error messages occur when issues occur with scripts
in the form design. When you click Tools > Check Script Syntax,
scripting error messages appear in the Warning tab in the Report
palette. For more information about scripting error messages, see Scripting error messages.