Adobe DC terrible design of program
The new install of Adobe DC is terrible. There was no reason to change the user interface and make the program so MAC Like.
The changes to the interface are causing our agency to incur tremendous down time and loss of productivity. Nothing about the new user interface is intuitive or helpful!
Is there any way to reinitiate the older menu driven interface? We can not even utilize the certificate signing that was used regularly with the previous version of Adobe Acrobat.
Ravi Gupta commented
Thanks for your suggestion.
We have noted your suggestion we will let you know once have made a decision on this.
The new interface for Acrobat DC is TERRIBLE. Please revert back to the old interface. This was a waste of an update.
Vic Franckiewicz commented
DItch the UI. My firm recently "upgraded" to Acrobat Pro DC, and I'm militantly encouraging our management to ditch it and look for another PDF application. EVERYTHING is harder to do with DC -- EVERYTHING. What previously took one or two clicks now takes four or more, and you have to wait between each click for something to happen. I've tried to customize with the Quick Tools feature, but it is of limited utility because it only allows Icons (some of which confusingly have identical appearance for different functions), and they are too big to allow what you need without using the ellipsis (which requires more clicks). Software is supposed to boost productivity. Acrobat DC inhibits it. This is a big disappointment.
Butler Snow LLP
Web Editor commented
Please make the interface less childish. I feel as is I am editing with a preschool software program.
Thanks for Reaching out to us for your concerns.
Can you please be a little specific for your concern and let me know exactly which UI functionality in Acrobat DC you face issues with ?
You can also send me the snapshot of the issues that you face while comparing with other applications at firstname.lastname@example.org
Eddie Deighton commented
Change the UI and palettes to make them more visually congruous with existing software like Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign. Adobe DC layout is terrible! It's like the DC UI design team have never seen another Adobe product interface before and have based their solution on Microsoft Word. Awful. It puts me off using it every time I open it.