Plugins testing for outdated versions of Adobe Acrobat/Reader DC use a different versioning scheme for reporting the installed version vs. the fixed version.
The proper way to denote versions for this software is (by way of example):
An alternative numbering scheme exists which prepends
20 to the version so that it reads:
Many plugins testing for Adobe software end up returning output like the following:
Installed version: 15.023.20070 Fixed version: 2018.011.20055
This is inconsistent and has been confusing to a few people. I would humbly suggest the
fixed_version use the 2-digit major-version-number as the
installed_version does, which is also what the software itself uses.
Is this something someone can look into or make a determination on?