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    Programs locked with password

    Hi!
    Maybe it's a new practice and meant to be so, but if I download the PDFs for Fireheart, 30 Days More of Yoga and The Gauntlet Program to my computer , I cannot open these pdf's on my computer again. The pdf says it's locked and need a password. Previous ones could be opened, even when downloaded.
    Thanks for possible explanation!

    #2
    Can anyone else confirm this? The PDFs only have security against modifications. They don't have any restrictions for accessing or printing.

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      #3
      I tested the Gauntlet on a Windows PC using both Microsoft Edge and Firefox. I also tested the Gauntlet on an Android tablet using Adobe Acrobat and Drive PDF viewer. In all instances, I navigated to the saved file and used the open with option to select how to open it. In all of these situations the file opened and I was able to scroll through it with no apparent issues.

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        #4
        I have Linux Mint, every previous workout PDF is ok (is downloadable and can be opened).
        Probably problem with Xreader Document Viewer. When dragging the pdf file to a browser, it is opened fine.

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          #5
          Kadrir which device, OS and programs are you using?
          I have no problems on a Desktop Win10 with Firefox with either of this.
          Same on an Ipad2/Safari.
          On my Android phone, the Kindle app I use for PDFs sometime would NOT open them, gave me a 'Invalid Element' error, nothing about a passwort (though it opened Military Fit without a problem), but the regular Adobe Acrobat app and Files by Google did work like a charm.

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            #6
            A couple days late here, and for all I know you could have already solved your problem, but what I did (I’m using iOS), is I made a copy of the pdf file, or however you downloaded it. The copy didn’t have a password. If that doesn’t work, you could export it to a third party app, as a pdf. You can then export it from there back to your downloads, or wherever you may keep your files.

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