Please change back the flick through files – control tab to commend ` as per all other adobe programs – Photoshop, illustrator.
flick through files shortcut keys
Kelly Vaughn commented
This is possible. Go the Preferences > General > and Uncheck "Open document as new tabs in same window."
Safari – "Command+Tab is used to navigate across multiple windows which could be a case with pdfs launched in different windows."
Incorrect. In Safari Command+Tab is for tabs and command+` is for files. Perfect, good job Apple.
In Acrobat, I will say it again, command+` is for files does not work in Acrobat while it does work for Photoshop and Illustrator, Safari and finder.
Jamie McKee commented
InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop all allow multiple tabs. In those programs, the KBSC to switch between them is Command + ~ on macOS at least. But in Acrobat, which can also have multiple tabs, the KBSC is Control + Tab. It would be nice if Acrobat switched to match the other programs. Or better yet, allowed KBSC customization.
Wouldn't it be great to be able to cycle between open documents as done on other Adobe applications?
On Mac, To navigate through different browser tabs, Control+Tab is used and so does Acrobat behaves when we wish to navigate through different pdf tabs in a window.
Command+Tab should navigate you to different launched windows.
On a mac, Safari does not use Command+Tab to scroll through files. It uses the command+`. So does photoshop and illustrator.
Command+Tab is the only Adobe app not in line with the other Adobe main apps on mac.
Thanks for reaching out to us for your concerns.
I would like to let you know since Adobe Acrobat DC works with multiple pdfs launched as Tabs, we use Control+Tab to navigate through multiple Tabs.
Command+Tab is used to navigate across multiple windows which could be a case with pdfs launched in different windows.
Thats how Safari browser deals as well while multiple webpages are opened in different tabs.
Let me know for any other concerns in this