Allow user to enlarge menu fonts
Adobe should allow user to enlarge menu font sizes.
I often want to know what page number I’m working in, but must lean into the screen to visualize the tiny number font listed in the menu bar.
We’ve kept a note of this Feature Request and we will revisit this once we have more users reporting this to us.
We’ll let you know if we get this planned for future.
Jim Laurenson commented
Yes, while the menu bar is a fine size (though I do wish I could enlarge it a bit), the font of the sub-menus and boxes, and of the document tabs, are ridiculously tiny. The 20 year old w/20-20 vision who thought this one up needs to remember there are many others who can't see that well! See example attached.
Adding to the comment that the MENU FONTS ARE TOO SMALL to see easily.
PLEASE develop a way for users to adjust the font sizes there. (And maybe even the Tab Fonts).
Actually the MENU BARS in BRIDGE & PHOTOSHOP need to be larger too.
I use two 28" high res monitors & still have to squint and move closer to see the fonts. DO NOT want to have to adjust my screen resolutions because in all other expects and apps uses, the fonts are perfect.
AND > since I am new to this Uservoice section a big THANKS for put the FEEDBACK link in Acrobat Pro DC. I was looking at every option in this app & was clicking on every button that might help me figure out how to make the Menu Screen Fonts larger & found this feedback link.
I like Acrobat Pro DC NOW THAT I HAVE FIGURED SOME OF IT OUT... BUT, golly, the whole app is not exactly user friendly > especially for users who have used every early version and had to go thru each update's improvements. Something seems to have gotten out of hand with the options for this version... either there are too many options OR ACTUALLY no organized tutorials that i can find that explain how to use or tailor to my needs.
Anyway >>> please ENLARGE THE MENU FONTS or let us do it. thanks
Bevi Chagnon | PubCom.com commented
With screen resolutions increasing so quickly, this would help people in several ways:
1) It would allow them to adjust the GUI to meet their individual needs.
2) Especially helpful when the user has a 2nd monitor attached to the main device...and it has a differentt resolution
3) Helps meet your VPAT for accessibility.
This is a no-brainer to me!.
Malcolm McKay commented
There used to be an enlarge feature. What happened to it?