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    Sam Francisco supported this idea  · 
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    Sam Francisco commented  · 

    Please again provide an option in Acrobat Reader DC and other "new UI" products to force separate windows, instead of tabs.

    Microsoft Excel designers once decided to change to tabs instead of separate windows. After endless complaints, they had to go back to separate windows.

    (Yes, I know that we can revert to the "Classic" interface, at least for now. And yes, I know that we can drag a tab to create a separate window, clumsily and at a waste of time. Neither "feature" is equivalent to having the original option to open a separate window for the document by default (i.e., except when a pdf is being dragged into an existing window).)

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    Sam Francisco commented  · 

    Please again provide an option in Acrobat Reader DC and other "new UI" products to force separate windows, instead of tabs.

    Microsoft Excel designers once decided to change to tabs instead of separate windows. After endless complaints, they had to go back to separate windows.

    (Yes, I know that we can revert to the "Classic" interface, at least for now. And yes, I know that we can drag a tab to create a separate window, clumsily and at a waste of time. Neither "feature" is equivalent to having the original option to open a new window by default (i.e., except when a pdf is being dragged into an existing window).)