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Even when I managed to turn the thumbnail pane on, the feature request form they suggest using doesn’t have Acrobat DC listed as a program. What were the designers thinking? How’s about you just ASK us what we’d like in the next version, that people can genuinely believe that the latter in each case is really more “beautiful” or “clean” or “intuitive”. I noticed that, thanks to anyone who can help. Please forward this error screen to sharedip, that means NO ONE can EVER change it? I was barely able to find most of the ‘tools’ I’ve gotten quite accustomed to using, just give me the standard Windows File Explorer.

Введите текст сообщения и повторите попытку. It’s like surfing bright webpages, and hard on the eyes. Эти материалы помечены как “окончательные”. Re: Acrobat DC User Interface: Way to Change Theme? Acrobat DC has been designed like this with a brighter User Interface. The UI is way too bright and makes it very difficult to judge colours onscreen. It’s almost impossible to read a document as there is little to no differentiation between a white page background and the outside of the page.

In fact, Acrobat DC seems to me to be a completely unnecessary update. It feels like a toy now. The lack of constrast makes dificult to read and work with it. I revert to the previous version until this is fixed. Its like the ugly Windows 8. 10 UI design that is flat and ugly with lack of contrast.

Same in Office 2013, Visual Studio, etc. I did not mention that, but I could not agree more. There is NO contrast between my document and the user interface. This is a case where seamless is a VERY bad thing. How am I supposed to focus on my study material when Adobe inserts its face onto every document? I will submit a feature request and report it back here. If there’s a way we can all second the motion, maybe they’ll do it sooner.

Feature request has been submitted. No feature request confirmation reference was provided. This thread was linked to in the feature request. Now, whether or not to buy the pesky overly-bright version What sucks is that subscribing doesn’t make it any better, and Adobe would prefer subscriptions anyway on with the trial. Wow — the new one really is almost paper white! It would be understandable if this was done to be consistent with CC but this is a huge step back. Did I mention how much I hate it?

I agree that the interface is way too bright. It’s very hard to tell the difference between the white background of a document and the interface. The menu items are even lighter than the active and inactive toolbar buttons. I’d like to go back to Acrobat Pro XI until they work this out but don’t see any easy option to revert to the previous version in the Creative Cloud management application.

I don’t understand the purpose of the redesigned Acrobat Pro. Is this an April Fool’s joke? Looks like it was redesigned by the My Little Pony crew. It is too light, the pastel colors are awful, icons are too big, the menu items are grayed out, this must be a joke. You nailed it: Acrobat “My Little Pony Edition. But seriously, the grayed out menu items make no sense.

This theme isn’t even approaching acceptable! I mean, I think we are all used to sub-par products from Adobe, but products that fill a niche and at least look good. The drop down menus look like all options are disabled: White forms, white menus, light text and no highlighting! I too fell into the DC hole. Oh great and long overdue update to Adobe Acrobat. Two days of fighting this horrible program and another couple of hours to de-install and and re-install XI pro.

I mean this is the CORE of adobe publishing. Interface unusably bright, I just cant look at this thing. Magnification and layout presets in . I hope my customers are not seeing this too? Delay as the program scans the . Pointless large bright buttons for my flailing three year old fingers.