REMOVE window changing position after saving a file
Currently, when you save a PDF the software slightly changes the window position, perhaps because the developers wanted a subtle way of emphasizing the completion of the saving process.
However, this window position changing is VERY MUCH ANNOYING for those users who are working with their screen splitted between two softwares. For instance, using Windows 10, when you put Acrobat to the left (WindowsKey + LeftKey) and another software to the right (WindowsKey + RightKey). Then, if you save your file in Acrobat it changes it's window position, putting the window slightly over the other software and leaving an unused space, which allows you to see your desktop!
That is absolutely useless because we have other ways of knowing when the saving process is complete (such as looking to the save button), what turns this "feature" in a pointless and irritating thing.
So, my suggestion is simple: REMOVE THIS "changing window position after saving" FEATURE!
I want to save my files in peace, for God's sake.
Thanks for raising this feature request, our engineering team is looking into this.
Matt M commented
Feb. 2022 - the problem persists!
How is this still under review? This is surely something that can and should easily be fixed. It persists on Win 10 and Win 7 Acrobat DC and is very annoying.
William Campbell commented
Today's (10/4/2018) update appears this annoying flaw has returned. After save the window shifts position (Windows 10). This violates UI norms. No software should alter window position user has selected. No other software does. Only Acrobat and it is very annoying.