Provide the option of enabling a second row of Toolbars to be shown
Sometimes after 2021, the 2nd row of toolbars were removed and seemingly replaced by QuickTools. However QuickTools, albeit it's name, is less proficient than having the second row of tools available, in sight, and ready to be clicked.
Specifically, all I'm asking for is to bring back what was taken away just so that its inclusion can be set by the user. Personally, I'm on the side of a person who uses Adobe Acrobat Pro to edit documents and find that for the number of tools I use often, they're not as quickly accessible when having to click on a drop down menu to select from whereas previously, it was all conveniently laid out between 2 rows. I find the need to click on a drop down menu requires not just an additional step, but one that includes an additional step of precision, quickly searching, reading, and selecting. While formerly, with 2 rows, once could just grow accustomed to where the tool's placement was, quickly activate or toggle it in one click, and previous milliseconds were not spent overcoming additional steps of complication in the name of "more reading space," as some call it as I would just zoom out. or enter READING MODE instead. Seeing as how it was a previous feature that was more simply removed, I'm hoping it can be brought back and users are given the option to enable it if they're the type of user who is also interested in have 2 rows of more quickly and easily accessible toolbars. Then that way, you can still keep those who wanted to do away with it happy, while at least giving users the freedom to utilize it if they so desire.
I've noted and voted upon the numerous other suggestions relating to either certain toolbar functions or tools within those tool bars such as the ones found:
And topics that suggest being able to keep certain things open, reduce their size,
But have found that none of them are really asking specifically to bring back the function or interface that once existed before, but recognize that they hope to solve issues or suggest preferences that may possibly be also addressed by providing a second toolbar again, at least the ones who are more particular about having tools readily avialable.