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    Griffin Klema commented  · 

    Totally agree that this is not better for laptop or desktop users, and there should be a preference/setting to condense the icons to remove the unnecessary padding.

    Acrobat needs to understand that Acrobat Pro users are not Acrobat Reader users, and the UI or software itself should reflect those separate markets. Acrobat needs to think of Pro users more like developers/coders who dislike the dumbed-down button-based UI and ensure (1) screen real estate is carefully evaluated (2) keyboard navigation and use is maximized, and (3) customization options are prevalent for each.

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    Griffin Klema commented  · 

    These buttons were added post-Acrobat X in the overhaul of Acrobat's UI. This is not better for some Pro users who have customized the toolbar with many tools. If there are too many tools on the quick tools bar, they get lumped into the dreaded 3-dot icon, and that's really compounded when working on a monitor with portrait orientation. Further exacerbating the issue is how spaced-apart the icons are now (wider). A workaround could be to allow the toolbar to run into two rows (as it was before in X).

    Related to this is the "+ Share" blue button on the righthand side, and "Document" which is entirely useless when one has enabled separate windows for documents rather than tabs.

    Acrobat needs to understand that Acrobat Pro users are not Acrobat Reader users, and the UI should reflect those separate markets. Acrobat should think of Pro users more like developers/coders who dislike much of the button-based UI and ensure (1) screen real estate is carefully evaluated (2) keyboard navigation and use is maximized, and (3) customization options are prevalent for each.

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