478 votesUnder review · 178 comments · Acrobat for Windows and Mac » User Interface · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
I can only answer for Mac:
Hard Drive\Users\Your User Name\Library\Preferences\
The file should be named something like: com.adobe.Acrobat.Pro.plist (I am still using XI)
The only way I know to save your toolbars would be to backup/copy the Acrobat preference file(s).
It is so disappointing that since marking this feature request as "Under Review" that Adobe hasn't commented on this. This is the most requested feature and yet Adobe has remained quiet.
Adobe - can you PLEASE comment on this? Are you addressing this or not?!?!?
And here we are at 311 votes, 118 comments and still nothing from Adobe to indicate what's being done about this after being "UNDER REVIEW" since September 4th 2017.
I find it disheartening that Adobe seems to be ignoring the feature request with the HIGHEST NUMBER OF VOTES!
Hey Adobe, 89 comments and counting. Are you ever going to chime in and let us know where you are with this? I mean, come on! This request has been under review for over a year!
Hi Adobe. I see that this feature request has been under review since September 4th of 2017. Can you please update on where you are with this?
...oh, and add a second toolbar row to add more tools!
I really can't improve upon what others have already commented. Make ALL toolbars customizable. Make the buttons smaller, and stop wasting so much real estate with all the white space. It's one of the reasons why I have stuck with XI but now that 32-bit app support is starting to be phased out by Apple, I now have to look more seriously at DC.
232 votesUnder review · 40 comments · Acrobat for Windows and Mac » User Interface · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
As a printer, I have several 3rd party plugins installed and accessing those plugins from the toolbar area at the TOP of the screen would be appreciated. Please give us a second or third row to add toolbars to the TOP of the screen.
In addition, make the buttons smaller and tighten up the distance between buttons. LOTS of wasted space.