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    Anonymous commented, September 30, 2018:
    "I've been using acrobat reader for quick viewing of files, and Bluebeam Revo for editing. Until I see some major changes to the UI, i'm not going back to any paid acrobat version...."

    One of my biggest complaints with Acrobat is its inability to change just a page's font color (not size) - without royally screwing up line breaks and justification; and inability to apply such changes to multiple pages - or even an entire document - at one time. Does Bluebeam handle this function any better?

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    David D. comments: "Anyone remember the infamous Illustrator 7? - Adobe stuffed up a very good product so completely by not asking the customer what they use it for, that they had to rush version 8 out to stop a mass exodus to Freehand and CorelDraw."

    I own all three of the above-named programs, but still vastly prefer Freehand - and indeed still use it almost exclusively. Likewise Acrobat Pro XI over DC. FWIIW....

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    Under review  ·  Bilal Ansari responded

    Thank you for the feedback. I have forwarded your request to the engineering team. They will reach out to you if any more information is needed.

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