When using the arrows to scroll page by page through a file, the navigation arrows jump back and forth across the top of the page if the length of the page title differs, making it impossible to quickly click through the document without chasing the arrows around. This is a clear oversight and design flaw.
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This is maddening and I could not support this bug fix more! To clarify, The page up/page down arrows at the top of the screen move left or right based on the title of each page. For instance, if a page is titled "2nd floor plan" and I click the page down arrow to a page titled "3rd floor plan - yada yada yada" that is a much larger title, the page up/page down arrows automatically move. This is very common in architectural documents so it's impossible to just leave your mouse in one place and scroll down... the button is constantly moving.
They need to be left justified and stay in the same place, not justified to the page title.