When you attempt to open a PDF in Safari with Adobe Reader security enabled, the blocked message appears.
Acrobat X and Adobe Reader X support viewing PDF files inside the Safari browser on Mac.
I must open these files with Preview but the command line command I had before doesn't work any longer, I get the page of ascii characters.
Even so, the article left a few unanswered questions.Before I used the following line: defaults write fari WebKitOmitpdfsupport -bool YES.From here, select, adobe Reader in the left column.Allow for each currently blocked website.It involved problems opening PDFs saved from Safari (an issue that I have mostly but still not entirely eradicated).I unfortunately have to use Adobe Reader X on my Mac.
All of this recalls another irritation I had with Adobe Reader earlier this year.
So, I set about to disable the feature.
The most recent versions of Adobe Reader install a new security feature.
Safari 5 for Mac.6.4.I checked the Security and Security (Enhanced) settings.StarkBrosITAdmin, oct 28, 2013 8:06 AM in response to bam88.Nothing to see here.Acrobat and Reader via Adobepdfviewer Safari plug-in are 32/64-bit (64-bit available in Safari.6).In order to get the PDF to open, you have to negotiate two warning messages.Thats exactly what I am going.After clicking the arrow button, you next have to click Trust in the dialog box that drops down.I learned that the options for controlling these warnings were located in Safari, not Adobe Reader.