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    Anonymous commented  · 

    "'PRO' does not = Tablet user."

    LOL.

    However, I think even that stupidity is an excuse.....

    They simply think they know better than you - how you should do your work.

    Naturally the first thing you do every day is pass on your documents for some other **** to peruse (because everyone likes to peruse documents that are irrelevant to them, don't they?)
    Naturally you'd make sure that they had lots of links in their document that they were "perusing" - to make it interesting!
    Of course they should always ahve the opportunity to contact the software developer if they think that the document you have sent them is "below par"...
    Ev en more naturally, they couldn't possibly "peruse" your document unless they had access to heaps and heaps of badly structured "tutorials".
    It goes without saying that you live - and wake every day - hoping that adobe contacts you with a "notification" - oh joy, oh bliss!
    And as much as you might argue otherwise, we all know that the most important thing in our lives is the chance to look at our own profile!

    No - it's not that the software is "optimised" for tables.

    It is simply an arrogant company with absolutely no idea.

    Look for alternatives - and post them here.

    Then we can all do away with these idiots that we pay money to. Perhaps that would remind them of how that money flows.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    ... apparently, adobe regards these space wasters as "features". The attitude is that you should consider these as features regardless of whether they are (to you) or not.

    It's a basic design flaw, for hte programmer to assume that the customer (software user) MUST use the software ONLY for purposes that the programmer has decided that they can.

    Meanwhile, hte casual search for alternative software continues....

    If anyone comes across any such candidates, please list.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    I have just seen an email - and here it is again:
    ...........................................................................

    Arpit Agrawal commented · October 16, 2019 18:37 · Flag as inappropriate
    Hello,

    Thanks for reaching out to us. We are delighted to share with you that Acrobat and Reader Desktop release for DC Continuous (2019.012.20036) is Live now & With this Oct Release we have Added some Customization features for the top bar in Acrobat. Please find below Details for the same :

    1. Quick Tools Cluster Is Draggable now
    If you want to have the Quick tools on the Top Bar in left Position It can be achieved by Dragging them on top bar to left side. Doing this quick tools will not be hidden on Re-Sizing the window.

    2. Customization of Tools in HUD
    Now users can customize the tools present in HUD as per there preferences. Right Click on Top bar and Unselect the Tool which you would like to remove from the HUD. Similarly you can check the Tool you want to add in HUD,

    Please refer https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/using/whats-new.html for more details

    Please Feel free to reach out in case of any queries.

    ...........................................................................

    What contempt.
    It does NOT address the topic.

    The topic is to be able to remove "share", "feedback", "Learn Adobe", "Notifications" and "Profile and settings" if we wish to.

    These (NEVER USED) options use up too much space and DO NOT BELONG where they are.

    Repeatedly telling us about other things simply show a complete lack of professionalism at best.

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    This in no way addresses the concern.

    To be exact - how do we take the following OFF the toolbar:
    The "share" button
    The "provide feedback" button
    The "Learn Adobe Acrobat Pro" button
    The "notifications" button
    The "Profile and Settings" button.

    The above can (or should) be accessed from the menus - removing them from the toolbar frees up space so that other - more important DOCUMENT options can be visible (and easily accessed).

    System options are not required for each document - FOR EXAMPLE: for every time I'd be inclined to use the "provide Feedback" button I'd actually have used the "page up" option - say 10,000 times?

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    NEED for more flexibility with toolbars. Urgent need to remove some items from individual toolbars OR to add some options without having to add the others.

    For example - the ability to set the "zoom" to "zoom to page level" showing rather than the default "show page to actual size" (which ends up with a ridiculous mega-sized page that takes up the whole damned screen (making it virtually impossible to work with other applications open as well).....

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    Anonymous commented  · 

    No way to change this.

    For some reason, your stick with some fool's notion that you will ONLY use Adobe Acrobat.

    The ability to change what buttons are in the main toolbar would be a MAJOR IMPROVEMENT.

    Every suggestion I've seen concerns this.

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