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  1. Go to this folder to find the password. C:Program FilesFileMakerFileMaker ServerAdminadmin-master-tomcatlogsadminServer0 .log
  2. Yes I have this same issue. Let me know if you find a solution. I am going to do some more research on this, as I am getting this error too. Basically reading on the net when you upgrade to CS3, or another creative suit it can corrupt your preference files. This can lead to fonts been unreadable, which we have in this case. Could you please try item 2 first here is the actual link for option 1. http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/bsc/Public/CountryTop.aspx?reg=us&c=us〈=en Solution 2: Print as image. 1. Open the PDF file in Acrobat. 2. Choose File > Print. 3. C
  3. Here is the solution as promised! yippie. Issue: during the creation of PDF files on OS X, filemaker becomes unresponsive and then crashes. Cause: The Adobe font preferences have been corrupted. Resolution: Navigate to /User/username/Library/Application Support/Adobe/TypeSPT delete the file AdobeFnt##.lst
  4. Issue: during the creation of PDF files on OS X, filemaker becomes unresponsive and then crashes. Cause: The Adobe font preferences have been corrupted. Resolution: Navigate to /User/username/Library/Application Support/Adobe/TypeSPT delete the file AdobeFnt##.lst
  5. Issue: during the creation of PDF files on OS X, filemaker becomes unresponsive and then crashes. Cause: The Adobe font preferences have been corrupted. Resolution: Navigate to /User/username/Library/Application Support/Adobe/TypeSPT delete the file AdobeFnt##.lst ________ Secondly this could be a HD spin down issue. This is a common issue that after a certain time by default your mac turns off the HDs. GO to system preferences / energy saver and turn off the option to turn off HD's.
  6. Issue: during the creation of PDF files on OS X, filemaker becomes unresponsive and then crashes. Cause: The Adobe font preferences have been corrupted. Resolution: Navigate to /User/username/Library/Application Support/Adobe/TypeSPT delete the file AdobeFnt##.lst
  7. Here is the solution as promised! Issue: during the creation of PDF files on OS X, filemaker becomes unresponsive and then crashes. Cause: The Adobe font preferences have been corrupted. Resolution: Navigate to /User/username/Library/Application Support/Adobe/TypeSPT delete the file AdobeFnt##.lst
  8. Here is the solution as promised! yippie. Issue: during the creation of PDF files on OS X, filemaker becomes unresponsive and then crashes. Cause: The Adobe font preferences have been corrupted. Resolution: Navigate to /User/username/Library/Application Support/Adobe/TypeSPT delete the file AdobeFnt##.lst
  9. SOLVED: This is linked to Adobe Creative Suite.. i know WTF! We have had this issue with about 10 clients with this same issue for a long time, and doing some testing we have found that this is linked to an Adobe preference. We found this to be completely random, where it would be one computer in an office which would have this issue. I will come back to you on Monday with the exact path of this pref file, as we deleted them all. But a heads up that we are all looking in the wrong place for this solution.
  10. SOLVED: This is linked to Adobe Creative Suite We have had this issue with about 10 clients with this same issue for a long time, and doing some testing we have found that this is linked to an Adobe preference. We found this to be completely random, where it would be one computer in an office which would have this issue. I will come back to you on Monday with the exact path of this pref file, as we deleted them all. But a heads up that we are all looking in the wrong place for this solution.
  11. Hi there, I have had this issue a lot of times. there can be two issues. 1. Java version 2. OS version Then restart. I would do a full OS update, as FileMaker Updates usually work with the latest version. Thanks, kyle
  12. Hi there, This depends on the internet connection. But most of the times if you are opening a database over TCP (normal internet) then it will be slowish. Options: Terminal Services - run win2003 with teminal services which in my case is the best options, we run in 7 countries from the UK with no issues. SDSL - like adsl, but you get a dedicated line, this will solve the problem all together.
  13. Yeah this is a known issue, which i have resolved: 1. Do a full unistall 2. Restart computer 3. Re install 4. Restart Computer. Problem solved. It needs the restart to clear the old files.
  14. Hi There, we are a company (sohnar.co.uk) and have a system which manages design companies. The cross platform issue is a big thing, however after spending a year on this I have some solutions: Use font: VERDANA (10pt) best font for cross platform. Font Smoothing: www.microsoft.com/typography/cleartype/tuner/Step1.aspx thanks, Kyle
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