Make continuous scrolling the default, PLEASE!!!
I’m still baffled that the default scrolling for pages in Adobe Reader has the reader smoothly scrolling down the page, bringing the text up to eye level (no one reads down a page any more unless it’s a physical book) only to have it jump to the top of the next page as soon as the bottom of the page is in view on the screen. This results in interrupted reading and endless and annoying backwards scrolling to get back to where the reader was. I know this can be changed in the settings, but why isn’t it the default? EVERYTHING we do on our smart phones, tablets, web browsers, and MS Office products uses continuous scrolling making Adobe Reader the odd and annoying exception. Don’t be the odd and annoying exception when it’s such an easy fix. While you’re making changes, I highly recommend changing the default zoom to 100% instead of zoom-to-fit which creates an abnormally high zoom for vertical docs—the minority of users who need this magnification can change their default settings if needed. Thanks!