My PDF is created with Adobe Indesign CS3 on Mac OS X 10.5.8 and to my knowledge is not password protected in any way.I've put the link specified in you Stamped PDF Instructions (minus the PDF_pwd= parameter on the end.I created a test product and then sent myself a free download link. The resulting download didn't have a stamp.Do I have to do a pay transaction to get the stamp to work? Or am missing something?
Did you save the file as Acrobat 5 or later? I believe you need a password just to do that and from what I have read here the stamp works best with the Acrobat 5 setting, though I am sure somebody from e-junkie will correct me if I am wrong.
ashleykaryl - thanks for the suggestions. Yes, I saved as Acrobat 5 or later both with and without password.I'm going to bag it this feature is a great idea but a little to quirky to get to work. I can live without it.
I was having some problems as well so I sent in some sample files but I am waiting to hear what progress they have made. Perhaps it can be made to work more reliably with a bit of luck. I'd certainly like to use this feature.
PDF Stamping will not work with files issued via the "Send free download link" function, nor with free links emailed out using our Updates/Newsletters service. It only works with links issued as a result of an actual checkout, even if only a Free Checkout. This page gives tips for testing your setup with our Free Checkout:http://www.e-junkie.com/ej/help.test.htmAlso note that you must wait at least 15 minutes after uploading a file with PDF Stamping enabled before the file would be ready for stamping; any downloads issued before that point would not be stamped.
OK thanks for your help!
yesthanks alot for the help
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