Acrobat new interface layout is horrible
Remove this new interface. Due to the update all settings of my old interface (shortcuts, custom button position) are lost and I have to set up my "workspace" new.
Stop deleting the users setting when an update is made - while we pay 700 Euro per year and person.
David Peters commented
Yes, and for all the many more years it will take Adobe NOT to fix this, but instead go out of business, you can read the below linked thread for some entertainment. That thread is almost ten years old, and things have only gotten much worse since then, although at the time this was hardly imaginable.
...and the hundreds of entries here at Uservoice about "Fix the childish ridiculous unusable slow buggy abysmal user interface":
Adminisverma (Admin, Adobe) commented
We appreciate your valuable feedback!
We acknowledge that the new Acrobat represents a notable change, however we hope that as you get familiar with the new interface, you can be more productive & get more out of Acrobat.
We have plans to implement as well as carry forward shortcuts & custom button positions in the New Acrobat UI with the next releases of Acrobat.
To retain the customization, Please go to Hamburger(3 horizontal lines on top left corner) menu > Preferences > Documents > "Restore last view settings when reopening the documents".
Regarding the deletion of user settings, can you please let us know any other customizations/settings that were removed in the New Acrobat UI and we will work on providing a resolution for the same.
Moreover, customization of Quick Tools, All Tools Panel(RHP), Metadata panels(LHP) are already provided in the New Acrobat UI.
I would encourage you to try the same.
Please follow the help document for more details on the New UI & how to navigate it : https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/new-acrobat-experience.html
Meanwhile, in case any of your critical workflows are impacted, and you have the option to switch back to the old UI from the “Menu” on the top left corner on windows, and View Menu on MacOS
Thank you once again for your feedback, and do look forward to our upcoming releases
Jamie Alexander commented
Users -- go to Menu in top, left corner and then select "Disable New Acrobat" to turn off the new, horrible layout
Michael Cleary commented
You might find the following report useful. It includes a way to switch back to the old interface.
"User interface is the worst ever. Bring back the old interface"