Korean comment does not work properly
I don't know if it happens in languages other than Korean (at least not in English).
If I try to modify a comment, the last character I type is appended at the back.
For example, if I wrote "Hello world" and tried to add "Hi " at the front, last character "i" is added at the back so it becomes "HHello worldi". (This does not happen in English as I said)
Adobe Acrobat and Reader official update (20.013.20064) containing the fix for this issue is now available. This update will be automatically pushed to all existing installations of Acrobat and Reader. You may also manually trigger the update early by opening the application and going to Help > Check for Updates.
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Kyungho Park commented
Hi @meaggarw, I'm not the reporter but I'm facing the same issue (I have the latest version). Please let me know if there's anything you would like me to elaborate. Maybe I can take a screen footage of the issue.
Adminmeaggarw (Admin, Adobe) commented
Hi Ian, can you let us know if you are facing the same issue in the latest release of Acrobat.
Ian Song commented
It was tested on October 2017, latest version of Windows10 and latest version of Adobe Acrobat DC (latest by the time it had been tested).
I cannot currently test the bug as I have uninstalled the program, but I think it probably has not been fixed.
AdminArvind Yadav (Admin, Adobe) commented
Apologies for the inconvenience caused to you!
Please let us know if it was a break from earlier releases of Acrobat?
Also let us know the following info-
-System used Win/Mac with version details
-Version of Adobe Acrobat
Meanwhile we will try to reproduce it locally at our end.