Toolbar obscures document
The new toolbar that hovers on top of the document obscures the reading area on certain devices (like laptops with smaller screens and netbooks) especially when the comments pane is open. It's bizarre to me that Adobe didn't account for different use cases before implementing something like this. It's like whoever made this change viewed their 4k monitor at 100% without ever zooming in and said, "Yeah, this is good. No reason to view this in any other way."
Ditch the floating toolbar altogether. It seems pointless to be able to move the toolbar to a different area of the document. Just put them back at the top; in the ribbon.
Create the ability to dock the toolbar or close it.
Adminisverma (Admin, Adobe) commented
We are completely resonating with the problem that you have stated!
We will evaluate and iterate on improving "Quick Toolbar" experience considering your suggestions posted above.
Meanwhile, we can help you with below additional information/ little practices that you can follow which might prove helpful in this situation.
* Close All tools LHP panel by clicking on the "X" button
* Close RHP panel by clicking on the "X" button
* Drag the Floating Toolbar to the bottom right extreme corner
This way you can gain screen real estate in the current situation until we come up with a feasible solution to overall enhance Quick tools experience.
Hope this helps.