Acrobat Pro DC rotation double-click bug
When in the "Organize Pages" view, you can hover your cursor over a single page and a toolbar appears beside the page, giving you the option to Rotate Left, Rotate Right, Delete, or Insert. However, this toolbar does not intercept mouse clicks from passing through to the thumbnail of the page. So say your page needs to rotate 180 degrees, and you quickly click one of the rotate icons twice. If the thumbnail view of the page is behind the icon (for instance, an 8.5x11 page in landscape), then the thumbnail interprets the double-click as a command to open that page in full size, kicking you out of Organize Pages mode.
In reply to Dave B's comment, easy fix if they can adjust the toolbar position adjacent to or at least further off the thumbnail. Even consider moving it above or below the thumbnail if pushing it further to the right is not an option. The bug doesn't repro if you very carefully ensure you click the button where the thumbnail does not appear underneath.
This one is annoying, please fix. Also, a shortcut or hot key to rotate selected pages would be amazing as well.
Dave B commented
If one waits a moment between clicks, one avoids this bug.
This could take some thought to fix, as it is an instance of a flaw in all operating systems that is unlikely to be fixed in our lifetimes: Mouse interactions are interpreted based on the screen state when the OS gets around to it, not the screen state when the click took place.
It looks like someone tried to fix this, with a conventional mindset believing that the OS will be fair to them, overlooking this pervasive flaw in all operating systems. This bug needs a special patch.
Gamers are fast enough to dislike wireless mice. One runs into this bug simply by working swiftly.
I have this same bug. Adobe please patch.