For around half the cost of a year of Adobe Acrobat Pro DC, you can have a superb PDF reader with good general annotation and editing tools.
Why don’t some PDFs display properly outside Adobe software? Will PDFs ever become more accessible? And what to do when they get damaged?
A single character text can result in a PDF file with 160 lines. Mojave still generates PDF according to the 1999 standard. And why extracted text is all over the place.
I’ve been using PDFs for over 25 years, and have finally abandoned using Adobe’s software. Here’s a little history, and the first version of a new free PDF browser.
Has your Mac got any old apps and other bundles on it? Have their signing certificates been revoked, or are they perhaps unsigned? Here’s a new app to help you find out.
All versions of Safari, including shiny new 12, and macOS, including Mojave, appear vulnerable to exploits in old versions of Adobe Flash Player, because XProtect hasn’t been updated.
Sometimes you don’t know of a silent update until an app misbehaves or crashes. One day, the innocent-looking plist tucked away in a LaunchAgents folder could be malicious.
Adobe has released an updated version of its Flash Player, bringing it to version 184.108.40.206. This fixes a […]
Adobe has just released version 220.127.116.11 of its Flash Player. If you one of the dwindling few who […]
Adobe has released an update to bring its Flash Player to version 18.104.22.168. This is available now from […]