For the highlight function, there should be the ability to change colors easily. Right now the process is cumbersome and time-consuming. When I have to be able to access my highlighted test for citations, it would be wonderful to be able to export to word documents with a click.
Apologies for the inconvenience caused!
We have been looking into this issue, will let you know once we plan to release the fix.
Kelly Vaughn commented
Switching colors is easier using the Properties toolbar. I wrote about that here: https://documentgeek.blogspot.com/2016/11/the-case-for-still-using-deprecated.html
Christopher Carlson commented
I strongly second this suggestion. When I am highlighting a document, I cannot find anywhere on the page for the floating :Highlighter Tool Properties" where it is not in the way of something else. Either it obscures the document I am working on, it obscures the tabs for switching between documents, or it obscures a slider. Whatever the case, the floating panel is an unnecessary pain in the butt. All I want is to be able to rapidly switch colors on the highlighter (green for "good idea", yellow for "needs work", pink for "what were you thinking?") and I am DYING for a simple "switch color" tool in the Quick Tools bar. Please! This is not a major request, and this functionality exists in virtually every other program that I use for document review (see MS Word). I cannot believe that it is not easily available in DC Pro.
Or how about a drop down under the highlighter pen that allows you to choose the color you want just like text or fill?