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I agree 100% that it needs to be fixed. but until that happens or you make the move to bluebeam or another program the control scroll works well if you can use it.
Until they fix this, use control scroll to zoom in and out. It works well and once you get used to it you will probably like it better than the +/-.
Good morning Ravi,
I am not at all interested in having 10-15 documents open on the same page in tabs. That is not a fix for the issue nor is it even a good work around. It actually makes the situation worse when working with multiple documents. Also, Why would Adobe leave the tool bar interface the way it was in "dock" mode and not in standard mode?
So no, This did not work for me nor am I interested in having everything open in tabs on the same page. What would work is if Adobe would actually take advice from their users and fix the issue. So far as I can tell people have been complaining about this since its release and nothing has been done. for a program that we pay for that is unacceptable.
I have Done the latest Update and Patch. As of right now It's not back to normal. The single page zoom in/out is in the wrong spot and isn't always there. I've had to add it to PDF at random. The +/- is now a button you have to click for a drop down of the +/- rather than the 3 options being like they were in a convenient location next to one another. If this has been fixed in the last week or so please link me to the update.
Did the update patch. Its an improvement over not having it at all but still not seamless like it was. With the update patch it puts a + button you have to click for a drop down to have the +/-/% to show up. How do we get the +/-/% to actually be back in the tool bar? Nothing new, just leave it like it was in the previous versions. Also, the "Fit one full page" button that used to be in the main tool bar is gone and replaced with a drop down. So once you zoom in you have to click a drop down then another button to get back to regular screen view.Jeff shared this idea ·
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@Paul O'Brian: We are looking at possibly switching to Bluebeam as well I'm going to look at the trial version and see how it compares. do you like it thus far?
I agree that having to save everything before emailing is a true hassle. I don't always want to save the document. now I have a random junk file I have to save things to and delete once a week. Terrible idea on adobe's part.
also even after installing the patch, I have an additional drop down to zoom in and out rather than the convenient +/- that used to be at the top. I can zoom back to single page view now by adding it to the tool bar. I'm just not sure why it adds that button to the page up/down tool bar rather than the zoom tool bar. Either way its there and easier to use once added.
Thanks for Reaching out to us for your concerns.
We have not removed the zoom tools from the main toolbar and those are already there.
I assume you might have undocked the Toolbar so you may be getting a black floating window over the document area which would be having the zoom tools.
I would request you to kindly Dock it back to the Main toolbar by clicking the rightmost icon from that floating window.
Also, if this is not the case i would request you to kindly do a right click on your main toolbar and select “Reset Toolbar” from the context menu. (This way your main toolbar will get back to the default state which would anyways be having the Zoom tools.
Let me know if this fixes your concern