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    0 comments  ·  Acrobat for Windows and Mac » User Interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Derek S. commented  · 

    Agreed. HiDPI screens are very common and automatically enhancing thin lines creates a negative end-user experience. For example, one has to explain that "it doesn't really look like that" when using a PDF. This affects many types of documents, including detailed illustrations.

    This should be kept as an accessibility option, however, not as the default.

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    Derek S. commented  · 

    @Bilal's response seems to "fix" the issue, but I'm voting for this because this UI setting is extremely unintuitive when working with files that are not part of a scanned document workflow. It is not likely that user would use an OCR setting for a document that did not originate from a scanner.

    Additionally, this setting should be something that should be set globally, vs. per document.

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