We want real smooth scrolling (not just continuous scrolling).
I mean that kind of scroll we get when using a web browser. SMOOTH scrolling! It would also look like dragging text with a "hand tool" in Reader but with a mouse wheel.
Current method makes text jump one or three lines at a time (depending on your mouse settings), which pretty much irritating!
I appreciate your attention.
Thanks for your valuable feedback. We have taken a note of it. Will keep you posted.
I switch to foxit because of this
I just stopped using Adobe Acrobat Reader because of the bad scrolling (multiple line scrolling) while I can read PDFs in Chrome, Xodo, ... with so much smoother scrolling experience.
Now I am using Xodo.
It is a pity that such great software is missing out because of lack of such feature. I can scroll smoothly in Adobe by the middle button of mouse but not by scrolling which means the software is capable of doing that but is not enabled.
If You can do smooth automatic scrolling(shift, ctrl, H), even with variable speed why not the same smooth scrolling when using arrow keys or scroll wheel. The program is certainly capable of doing it, there is just no way of enabling it.
Brenton Noakes commented
yes!!, this is the most annoying feature of the otherwise great program. Why would you program the scrolling to jump several lines at a time?? It makes it so much harder to read a book this way and it very frustrating.
Vaibhav Yawalkar commented
Yes it is really a shame that these so called genius people can't give real smooth scrolling option for such otherwise great pdf reader.
Nowadays the best PDF viewer for Windows is .... Mozilla Firefox's pdf.js, by far.
Adobe Acrobat seems abandonware since version 8... it's a sore eye with its menu bars toolbars and scrollbars that can never be hidden ... and the lousy Windows 95 three line scrolling...
All this just signals how dead Microsoft Windows is, and that Adobe's is done with software applications for Windows
Daniel Ribeiro commented
I can't believe Adobe Acrobat DC is such a great app with such lowsy scrolling... It's the only reason I don't use it as my default PDF software. C'mon Adobe!