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TorgoX (1933)

TorgoX
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Tuesday April 20, 2004
05:07 AM

Acrobad

[ #18399 ]
Dear Log,

Holy crap! After I've been complaining for years about how Adobe Acrobat loads about as fast as if it were actually mode of adobe, I found this page. I did what it said, and now Acrobat loads in like two seconds, instead of like twenty.

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  • Optional/readme.txt (Score:3, Informative)

    by ajt (2546) on 2004.04.20 5:33 (#30215) Homepage Journal

    On my Windows version of Acrobat 6 there is a directory called optional, in there is a single file called readme.txt which says: "Put unused plug-ins in the optional directory." Looks like Abobe thought about it already, but didn't tell anyone....

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  • I would try that, except that with Mac OS X 10.3, Preview.app does all that I need with PDF viewing (esp. with all those plugins disabled in Acrobat :-), so Adobe's is (thankfully) obsolete.