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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    This exists in Bluebeam Revu.

  3. 6 votes

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    Yes X 1000.

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    Honestly, the old Properties bar is the way way to change colors. Ctrl/Cmd + E. It's way easier and more flexible than the new Color Picker.

    I wrote about it here: https://documentgeek.blogspot.com/2016/11/the-case-for-still-using-deprecated.html

  8. 142 votes

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    It’s worthwhile to note that I requested a “No Fill” option be added to the color picker, and it was declined without explanation. https://acrobat.uservoice.com/forums/590923-acrobat-for-windows-and-mac/suggestions/33141349-draw-shapes-add-a-no-fill-option

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    You can access the old Properties toolbar by Cmd + E on mac, or Ctrl + E on windows. Here is an article I wrote about it, which compares it to the new Color Picker tool. "The Case for Still Using the Deprecated Features in Acrobat, Part 1: The Properties Toolbar" http://documentgeek.blogspot.com/2016/11/the-case-for-still-using-deprecated.html

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    While you added a keyboard shortcut, it's useless if my text cursor is within a comment. Why not use Command or control instead of Shift? Despite the fact that you say this issue it has been resolved, it most certainly has not.

    Please add the function back to the right click menu, as I describe in the original feature request. You competitors have this function.

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    That helps, but it didn't add the option to make as checked back into the contextual menu. Why not have both? AND have an empty checkbox in the comment itself (visible without having to click on each and every single comment) so that people new to commenting will actually KNOW that they CAN mark something as checked.

    Put it in the contextual menu both in the comments pane as well as on the page itself. Why make it harder for people?

    Also, I like that you've added the keyboard shortcut, but how are people supposed to know about that, other than by reading the release notes? Why not add that in the contextual menu as well right behind "Mark as checked"?

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  10. 22 votes

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  12. 18 votes

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    The eraser in Bluebeam works like one would expect an eraser to. It erases whatever you draw over. Sort of like Redaction, but with an eraser. So easy! You at Adobe should seriously download a copy of Bluebeam Revu so you can see the tools that your competitors are making for people!

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  13. 25 votes

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    Bluebeam Revu filters comments in real time, flawlessly.

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  14. 249 votes

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    This is a hot button issue in the forums. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2541730

    Bluebeam Revu has the checkbox easily accessible and I've switched to Revu for all my PDF commenting needs.

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    This is a hot button issue on the forums: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2541730

    Bluebeam Revu has their checkbox easily accessible. I've switched to that program for all my PDF commenting needs.

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    This is a huge issue on the forums: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2541730

    Everyone agrees it should be brought back.

    Bluebeam Revu has the checkbox prominently displayed and easy to access.

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    Please read this thread: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2541730

    It has a link to a third party tool that makes checking things off easier.

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    Please read this thread: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2541730

    It has a link to a third party tool that makes checking things off easier.

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    Theresa very active forum thread about that here: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2541730

    It has a link to a third party tool that makes checking things off easier.

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    The shortcut is Shift K. So you can’t have your cursor in the comment pop up.

    Here is an article I wrote to make it easier. There is a link to a third party tool that will help. https://documentgeek.blogspot.com/2018/01/an-easier-way-to-mark-comments-as.html

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    I know this doesn't fix the issue of the Acrobat UI, but there is a third party product that makes it easier to check things off. http://try67.blogspot.com/2018/01/acrobatreader-comments-checkmark-tools.html

    It offers:

    -Checking (or unchecking) all the comments in the file with a single click
    -Checking (or unchecking) all the currently selected comments with a single click
    -Checking (or unchecking) all the comments on the current page with a single click
    -Checking (or unchecking) all the comments in the file who were already checked (or unchecked) by anyone else
    -Checking (or unchecking) all the comments in the file who were created by a specific reviewer
    -Checking (or unchecking) all the comments in the file who were created by a specific author (notice that in Acrobat these terms are used incorrectly; The author of a comment is not necessarily a reviewer, and vice versa)
    -Show detailed Review History (including Marked/Unmarked state, reviewer name and latest modification date) for the selected comments/all the comments in the file/all the comments on the current page

  15. 32 votes

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    Need Info  ·  Sahil Singla responded

    Hi,

    Apologies for the inconvenience caused !

    Could you please let me know the exact issue you are facing so that I can suggest a workaround.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Sahil

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    This is a hot button issue in the forums: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2541730

    Bluebeam Revu has the comment checkbox easily accessible, and I've switched over to Revu for all my PDF commenting needs.

  17. 25 votes

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    This is a hot-button issue in the forums: https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2541730

    Bluebeam Revu has the comment checkbox easily accessible. I've switched to Revu for all my PDF commenting needs.

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    Bluebeam Revu has that feature and it works great, just as it did in earlier versions of Acrobat.

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    Hi,

    We are delighted to share with you that Acrobat and Reader Desktop release for DC Continuous (21.007.20091) is Live now and this Takes care of the Feature Request to Change the Display Size of the Acrobat without changing the Scaling/Resolution of the machine. This can be Done from “View” → “Display Size”. For now this is avaialble for windows only.

    More Info Here : https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/whats-new.html and go to “Change Acrobat Display Size”

    Please update your Acrobat (It should Auto update or you should do Help → Check for updates) and let us know your Feedback.

    Thanks
    Ayush Jain

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    Full customization of toolbars would be great! Acrobat does not offer this, but Bluebeam Revu does.

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    Adobe is well aware of how much people dislike the DC interface. It’s very polarizing. It would be helpful if they would simply explain to their users the logic behind the DC interface: with regard to the giant buttons and what seem to be oceans of wasted space. I know they didn’t do it randomly, but to most desktop users, it seems like it was designed by people who aren’t even Acrobat users. Acrobat people: can you chime in and tell people to logic behind the DC user interface?

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    This is such a hot-button issue (3 of the top 4 feature requests deal with toolbars), that I decided to make another video to help the users. There actually are several ways to customize your toolbars. They are buried under "Customize Quick Tools", they Show/Hide menu, and "Create Custom Tool."

    I think a big reason for the major confusion on the part of the users is that Adobe didn't use standard nomenclature. There are about 5 different areas of the UI that are called "tools." In my opinion, "Create Custom Tool" should rather be called "Create Custom Toolbar Configuration."

    This first video deals with how to show and hide different areas of the toolbar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpG3kDvmTJ4&t=30s

    And this video shows how to create a "Custom Tool" : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMkaxy1Pi88&t=3s

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    I see the main issue is that Acrobat DC was designed for Touch screens. And the desktop users were just eft to deal with it. But InDesign did a much better job in my opinion. They created a "Touch" workspace that didn't hijack the UI of the traditional desktop version. When in "Touch" workspace mode, the tools get simpler and the buttons larger. This is how Acrobat should have done it! https://indesignsecrets.com/using-the-indesign-touch-workspace.php

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    Hre is a video about how to customize the toolbars in Acrobat: https://youtu.be/zpG3kDvmTJ4

    And you can still use the underline tool and color it whatever you want. It's just not very obvious how. First click on the Comment tool, then all your comment tools will show at the top. Choose the underline text tool and then use the color picker to make it green. I like to add that to my quick tools so that it's always there, no matter what major toolset I have sleeted at the time. This video should help: https://youtu.be/zpG3kDvmTJ4

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    Kelly Vaughn commented  · 

    Because so many people are complaining about the layout of the toolbars in Acrobat DC, I made a video explaining how to customize them. Customizing the toolbars is not difficult, it's just hidden. https://youtu.be/zpG3kDvmTJ4

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