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  1. Add option to use file name instead of TITLE in the Adobe Acrobat Reader

    It is difficult to figure out which file is which when viewing multiple files with the same TITLE. The person using the reader is powerless to change the title.

    PLEASE provide a global preference / setting in the Reader,preferences to have the Reader use the file name all the time.

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  2. Window Color

    Win 2004 Window Color BUG

    Since the recent windows 2004 release the windowcolor is white instead of the previous grey.

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  3. The scroll bars are invisible when using Window's dark background theme.

    In Window's dark app modes, the scroll bars (vertical and horizontal) go invisible and it is extremely hard to navigate. See the attached for a comparison between the same document in dark and light modes.

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    Hi,

    Thanks for reaching out on this.
    We’ve reported this to our Engineering Team and we’ll plan to work on this in our upcoming updates.

    Let me know for any further concerns here.

    Thanks
    Ayush

  4. Ctrl+shift+G not working

    When you hover over "Previous" in "Find", the tooltip tells you that the keyboard shortcut for "Find previous" is Ctrl+shift+G. Apparently, it is actually mapped to pop-up note.

    Ctrl+G and F3 ("Find next"), and Shift+F3 still work.

    Acrobat Reader has the same problem.

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