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    Anonymous commented  · 

    @Daniel Main

    It's been awhile since I changed from PC to Mac. "I think" you do these sorts of things through the registry editor (regedit.exe). Good luck with that... but gives you another search term to find instructions.

    Problem is, whenever you update Windows, update Acrobat, obviously reinstalling things or upgrading to a new computer -- this icon change reverts to the default.

    AND.. whenever messing with the registry, you risk nuking Windows.... so, another reason why the Adobe engineers should just change this back and not corner users into creating unintended problems :(

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I have used acrobat for years. (decades at this point?) Acrobat is RED. That is your color.

    I literally just spent 2 minutes trying to open Acrobat, not realizing I was staring at it the whole time but didn't see it was a black icon instead of red.

    Also. I have TONS of icons which are already black. Common color with video games. This also makes it hard to pick out Acrobat (which has been RED for ever)

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