Flash player no longer supported, what happens to media9 and Skim?

Paulo Ney de Souza pauloney at gmail.com
Sun Aug 2 08:19:56 CEST 2020

On Sat, Aug 1, 2020 at 10:53 PM Philip Taylor <
P.Taylor at hellenic-institute.uk> wrote:

> Paulo Ney de Souza wrote:
> Opening a PDF file on Windows and saving it, most of the time get you
> something
> that is not even a valid PDF file.
> Could you expand on this, Paulo ?  I work entirely in Windows, open and
> save PDFs all the time in Adobe Acrobat DC and other Adobe CC tools, and
> never end up with something that is not a valid PDF file.  In what
> situations have you encountered such a problem ?
> Philip Taylor


He did NOT say open in "Adobe Acrobat DC and other Adobe CC tools" as you
qualified above. He said

       open in Windows

which is a much bigger universe. There are a LOT of tools on Windows that
open PDF's and write back
non-conformat and plain outright invalid PDF.

Paulo Ney
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