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    Poch commented  · 

    I eventually learned that Read mode (Ctrl-H) hides that toolbar on the right-hand-side. I'm looking to see if I can make read mode the default view for opening files; no luck yet.

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    Poch commented  · 

    Scrolling by clicking on the scroll bar is usually effortless because the scroll bar is flush right when an application is maximized. I only need to move the mouse to the right until it stops against the side of the screen; I don't need to land on a target. I think this is similar to the Mac menu on top (I'm using Windows), where the principle is since the Mac menu is flush against the top of the screen the user only needs to move the mouse cursor up until it stops moving rather than maneuver the mouse cursor to land on a small target.

    The tools expansion arrow button unfortunately is placed flush right where the scroll bar usually will be and I cannot just move the mouse cursor up against that side of the screen to be able to scroll.

    Please place the scrollbar flush right to the edge of the screen like in other apps and the older versions of Adobe Acrobat.

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