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    Sep 9, 2009 3:19 PM   in reply to Patrick Leckey

    What parameter can i use to disable all the hot keys ?  Is there any document that enumerates all these parameters ?  ToolBar, Navpanes, etc...

     

    Thx

     
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    Sep 10, 2009 12:34 AM   in reply to Cheriberry1

    Those properties, as their name implies are ONLY for "Initial View" -

    meaning only when the document opens.

     
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    Sep 10, 2009 2:37 AM   in reply to (susana_albor)

    Hi All,

     

    There is a registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\9.0\RIF\bOpenNextWithTabs that controls displaying of navigation panel buttons.  A value of 1 displays them while a value of 0 hides them.

     

    There is also a registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\9.0\RIF\bOpenNextInReadingMode setting which can disable the toolbars also.

     
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    Sep 10, 2009 3:28 AM   in reply to lrosenth

    Your kidding, right?  Why even have a setting that works once.  In all past versions, this setting has worked consistently when going back and forth between two documents.  Only in this latest version does it loose focus and change to Page Panel and Page view when returning to the document.

     
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    Sep 10, 2009 7:25 AM   in reply to Atin Wadehra

    Do these settings work when opening the doc thru the browser ? or only thru the reader ?

     

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\9.0\RIF\bOpenNextWithTabs <-- also, is there a blank before OpenNextWithTabs ?

     

    Thx

     

     

    Hi All,

    There is a registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\9.0\RIF\bOpenNextWithTabs that controls displaying of navigation panel buttons.  A value of 1 displays them while a value of 0 hides them.

    There is also a registry key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\9.0\RIF\bOpenNextInReadingMode setting which can disable the toolbars also.

     
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    Sep 10, 2009 12:46 PM   in reply to Cheriberry1

    The panels don't change when you switch documents - they never have - since Acrobat 2 when we first implemented the options for showing the various panels.

     

    If you believe that something has changed, if you could post a step by step set of procedures to duplicate it - or even better, record your screen doing it.

     

    Thanks.

     
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    Sep 10, 2009 12:48 PM   in reply to phammk

    Should work for browser as well...

     
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    Sep 10, 2009 12:53 PM   in reply to lrosenth

    Step 1 - Create manual in Word 2007 then create a PDF.

                   Set initial view in document as Bookmarks Panel and Page

                   Create interactive manual using Adobe Acrobat 9.0

                   Create links in manual to the glossary document

    Step 2 - Create glossary document in Word 2007 then create PDF.

    Step 3 - Open manual.pdf in Acrobat Reader 9.0

    Step 4 -  Click on word in manual that will open glossary.pdf document for definition.

    Step 5 - Click on "Click to return to the previous page view" to return to the manual.pdf.

    Step 6 - When manual.pdf document returns to your screen, you now have the Pages Panel open instead of the Bookmark Panel.

     

    If you stay within Adobe Acrobat Pro you have no problem.  But the document is delivered to a client who only has the Reader 9.0.  This is a feature that has worked in all previous versions of Reader.

     

    I can even send you the two document to open in the Reader environment to see what I am talking  about.

     
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    Sep 10, 2009 1:11 PM   in reply to Cheriberry1

    Do they have the preference for opening in new window set or not?  When you created the link, did you set the "open in new window" flag or not?  Are you viewing this in a browser or stand-alone in Reader?   Mac OS X or Windows?

     
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    Sep 10, 2009 1:16 PM   in reply to lrosenth

    Sorry I left that information off.  This is functionoing in a Windows environment. We do a custom link for the link action, then select "Go to a page view", and we set a destination in the glossary document.  This is viewed stand alone in Reader.  Thank you.

     
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    Dec 7, 2009 5:21 AM   in reply to Patrick Leckey

    Hi Patrick,

     

    Thanks very much for the info. I am using the pdf viewer control in a winforms program (AxAcroPdf) which displays PDFs on a big TV screen one-by-one together with other information. Full screen is not an option here because of the other information which must be displayed alongside the pdfs. Currently, my users have to remove the navigation toolbar for each PDF the first time the program cycles through them and they are OK after that, but as you can imagine, it's a pain to have to do that each time they run the program and impossible to do it with large numbers of pdfs.

     

    I saw your solution for modifying the registry which I tried, but it didn't affect the control, just the reader program invoked from windows explorer. I noticed there are many such registry entries. I don't want to modify all of them so could you tell me the exact registry entry I need to modify which will affect JUST the AxAcroPdf control?

     

    Also, given this use case, do you see any justification to expose this option in the API? I imagine this functionality is already there, since we can use it via the web browser with navpanes=0, so it's really just a matter of providing a method like you have for the toolbar: SetShowNavPanes.

     

    Thanks,

     

    Mark

     
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    Dec 7, 2009 5:47 AM   in reply to markkesty1

    Even if we were to provide such an API, it would be in a major software release and wouldn't help your existing customers.

     
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    Dec 7, 2009 7:07 AM   in reply to lrosenth

    Thanks, I certainly appreciate that.

     

    What about the registry key to change in order to work around the issue? Can

    you point me to which one controls the behavior of the AxAcroPDF winforms

    control?

     
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    Feb 15, 2010 1:32 PM   in reply to (susana_albor)

    Using Adobe Acrobat Professional 7 I made a form with fields which is served from a Tomcat HTTP server.

     

    When I use a URL like:

     

    http://192.168.30.106:8080/qforms/pdfs/templates/30799_Appraisal_Form_ Template.pdf#navpanes=0

     

    The form is loaded and the navigation panes do not show.

     

    When I use a url like:

     

     

    http://192.168.30.106:8080/qforms/pdfs/templates/30799_Appraisal_Form_ Template.pdf#FDF=http://192.168.30.106:8080/qforms/QFormsServlet?FormI D=2MYDVGJWL62794DBL8SG&Action=load

    The form loads and the FDF is loaded into it and the navigation panels are visible.

     

     

    But when I use a url like:

     

    http://192.168.30.106:8080/qforms/pdfs/templates/30799_Appraisal_Form_ Template.pdf#navpanes=0&FDF=http://192.168.30.106:8080/qforms/QFormsSe rvlet?FormID=2MYDVGJWL62794DBL8SG&Action=load

     

    I get the message:

     

    "This operation is not allowed."

     

    After that the form loads but the FDF is not loaded into the form and the navigation panels are visible.

     

    All three URLs conform to to the "PDF Open Parameters" document for Acrobat 7.

     

    As this thread has clearly established, there does not appear to be any way to hide the navigation panels using Javascrpt.

     

    As far as I can see what I have described above is a bug. Is there a fix or a workaround?

     

    thanks,

     

    Terry

     
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    Feb 15, 2010 1:34 PM   in reply to tkilshaw

    Two things

     

    1) Acrobat 7 is no longer supported by Adobe, so we can't help you with that specific product.  But we'll certainly see if the same problem exists in currently supports versions (8 and later).

     

    2) The second and third URLs that you posted are exactly the same.  What do you believe the difference is - or was it a typo?

     
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    Feb 16, 2010 9:06 AM   in reply to lrosenth

    If you look closely at the second and third URLs you will see that one contains navpanes=0 and the other does not.


    Although I'm using Acrobat 7 the problems appear when the pdf is loaded by whatever version of the Reader is being used by the browser that downloads it. In my case this is Google Chrome 4, FireFox 2 or IE 6 all with recent Acrobat readers.

     

    Thanks,

     

    Terry

     
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    Feb 16, 2010 10:05 AM   in reply to tkilshaw

    So you are saying that Acrobat/Reader 8 and 9 also report that error message?

     
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    Feb 16, 2010 11:38 AM   in reply to lrosenth

    I think so. How do I tell which Reader version is running? I'm looking

    at it now but don't see an About option anywhere.

     

    This is currently a lesser issue for me than the second item I added to

    the forum. How do you get a javascript to execute after an FDF is loaded?

     

    How do I trap the External/Exec event mention in the PDF JavaScript

    documentation?

     

    Or is there another way to do that?

     

    The problem is that then the PDF opens I can call a Javascript. But that

    happens before the FDF is loaded. After loading there are new values in

    the fields. I need to run a Javascript that highlights those fields that

    still need to be filled in.

     

    thanks,

     

    Terry

     
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    Feb 16, 2010 1:01 PM   in reply to tkilshaw

    You put the JavaScript in the FDF - details in the FDF documentation.  There is a "before load" and an "after load" area.

     

    What external/exec event?

     
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    Feb 16, 2010 1:32 PM   in reply to lrosenth

    Thanks. I found that but also found that Adobe regard this as a security

    threat and so deliver the new Readers with that that option turned off.

    Our users are not the sort of folks that can handle that sort of

    complexity. I know that you and I don't see it as so complex, but my

    boss does.

     

    What external/exec event?

     

    See the manual Adobe Acrobat 7.0.5 Acrobat JavaScript Scripting

    Reference page 334

     

    External/Exec

    This event is the result of an external access, for example, through

    OLE, AppleScript, or loading an FDF.

    This event does not listen to the rc return code.

     

    thanks,

     

    Terry

     
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    Feb 16, 2010 9:55 PM   in reply to tkilshaw

    Terry,

     

    You can use the following keys to hide navigation panels in Acrobat 7.0.

     

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\7.0\AVGeneral\cPalettes\c0]
    "iBottom"=dword:000002ae
    "iLeft"=dword:00000032
    "bMinimized"=dword:00000000
    "iRight"=dword:00000118
    "sTabs"=hex:2a,49,6e,66,6f,00
    "iTop"=dword:00000218
    "bVisible"=dword:00000000

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\7.0\AVGeneral\cPalettes\c1]
    "iBottom"=dword:00000122
    "iLeft"=dword:00000262
    "bMinimized"=dword:00000000
    "iRight"=dword:000003de
    "sTabs"=hex:2a,41,72,74,69,63,6c,65,73,2c,44,65,73,74,69,6e,61,74,69,6 f,6e,73,\
      00
    "iTop"=dword:00000078
    "bVisible"=dword:00000000

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\7.0\AVGeneral\cPalettes\c2]
    "iBottom"=dword:000002ae
    "iLeft"=dword:00000262
    "bMinimized"=dword:00000000
    "iRight"=dword:000003de
    "sTabs"=hex:46,69,65,6c,64,73,2c,2a,53,74,72,75,63,74,75,72,65,50,61,6 e,65,6c,\
      2c,43,6f,6e,74,65,6e,74,50,61,6e,65,6c,2c,4c,61,79,6f,75,74,50,61,6e, 65,6c,\
      00
    "iTop"=dword:000001c8
    "bVisible"=dword:00000000

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\7.0\AVGeneral\cPalettes\c3]
    "iBottom"=dword:0000016d
    "iLeft"=dword:00000114
    "bMinimized"=dword:00000000
    "iRight"=dword:0000018c
    "sTabs"=hex:2a,42,6f,6f,6b,6d,61,72,6b,73,00
    "iTop"=dword:000000e4
    "bVisible"=dword:00000000

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\7.0\AVGeneral\cPalettes\c4]
    "iBottom"=dword:000001b2
    "iLeft"=dword:00000146
    "bMinimized"=dword:00000000
    "iRight"=dword:000001be
    "sTabs"=hex:2a,53,69,67,6e,61,74,75,72,65,73,00
    "iTop"=dword:00000129
    "bVisible"=dword:00000000

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\7.0\AVGeneral\cPalettes\c5]
    "iBottom"=dword:0000018f
    "iLeft"=dword:000000ba
    "bMinimized"=dword:00000000
    "iRight"=dword:00000132
    "sTabs"=hex:2a,54,68,75,6d,62,6e,61,69,6c,73,00
    "iTop"=dword:00000106
    "bVisible"=dword:00000000

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\7.0\AVGeneral\cPalettes\c6]
    "iBottom"=dword:000002b6
    "iLeft"=dword:000000c6
    "bMinimized"=dword:00000000
    "iRight"=dword:0000013e
    "sTabs"=hex:2a,41,74,74,61,63,68,6d,65,6e,74,73,00
    "iTop"=dword:0000022d
    "bVisible"=dword:00000000

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\7.0\AVGeneral\cPalettes\c7]
    "iBottom"=dword:000002c8
    "iLeft"=dword:0000014e
    "bMinimized"=dword:00000000
    "iRight"=dword:000001c6
    "sTabs"=hex:2a,41,6e,6e,6f,74,4d,61,6e,61,67,65,72,00
    "iTop"=dword:0000023f
    "bVisible"=dword:00000000

     
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    Feb 18, 2010 1:03 PM   in reply to Atin Wadehra

    Atin,

     

    thanks for taking the time to send this reply. It won't work for

    non-Windows Acrobat Reader scenarios, which is what I need.

     

    Acrobat has a url parameter navpanes=0. But for whatever reason that

    parameter is not allowed if the url also conrtains an fdf parameter,

    which again, is what I need.

    cheers,

     

    Terry

     
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    Feb 18, 2010 11:06 PM   in reply to tkilshaw

    Acrobat 9.0 has a new key for hiding these tabs(as they are called by Adobe)

     

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Adobe\Adobe Acrobat\9.0\RIF\"bOpenNextWithTabs"=dword:00000000

     

    Try whether this works for Acrobat 7.0 also.

     
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    Mar 10, 2010 10:36 AM   in reply to Atin Wadehra

    I am interested in a similar issue. I would like to make sure that the pdfs my system generates will open with the Page navigator hidden. The reason being that my pages will be covered with an overlay which is removed based on a user action. If the Page thumbnails are rendered before the overlay is removed then they will always show just the overlay. There is no guarantee that the user wont open the Page navigator before hiding the overlay but I'd like to implement it this way as a convenience.

     

    Is there a setting within the PDF which will make it open with a hidden Page navigator?

     

    Thanks

     
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    Mar 10, 2010 11:41 AM   in reply to danpresley

    If you don't set them to open with the page panel open, it won't. 

     

    HOWEVER, you should know that Acrobat/Reader dynamically generate the page panel contents from the actual pages - so that whatever overlays, etc. you have will also be reflected in the panel.

     
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    Mar 10, 2010 9:31 PM   in reply to danpresley

    Dan,

     

    Did you try the solution mentioned in my post dated Feb 19, 2010.

     

    Thanks

     
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    Mar 11, 2010 9:04 AM   in reply to Atin Wadehra

    Atin,

     

    I guess you mean the post on February 18th?

     

    I did not try this because I needed a solution that would work on the computer of anyone who downloaded my pdf. I would not be able to change the key values in their registry, or even to know if they are running on Windows.

     

    thanks,

     

    Terry

     
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    Mar 12, 2010 2:33 AM   in reply to tkilshaw

    Terry,

     

    Yes, I meant Feb 18 post only.

     

    So, If I understand the requirement correctly, you want to disable navigation panels in your pdf for everyone.  You can try with checking the option Hide window controls in File->Properties-> InitialView Tab.

     

    Thanks

    Atin

     
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    May 16, 2010 3:30 PM   in reply to (susana_albor)

    I haven't figured it out either, but came up with a work-around for the Delphi developer (and Borland C++ developers) at least:

     

    Put the PDF ActiveX component on a TPanel component. Then shift its left position to -42 pixels, and make it 42 pixels wider than the panel. This works perfectly on my computer, but may be different on other end user configurations. Does anyone know how I'd figure the width of the ubiquitous Adobe toolbar on the left? - Jeff

     
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    May 26, 2010 8:13 AM   in reply to (susana_albor)

    What I am needing is quite similar.

    Hide the Navigation panel while displaying a PDF in VB6.

    I can do this manually, I can in an activate event set focus to the pdf and force key press of Ctrl+H.

    this assumes that the Navigation is already on.

    I need a way to hide the panel as the pdf I am showing is an attempt to make a thumbnail of the PDF.

    If the user double clicks, they can see the full screen with navigation and all.

    I am showing several PDF's at a glance.

    If there were another way without having to use the AcroPDF.dll then I am open to suggestions.

     

    Thanks,

    Preach The word !!!

     
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    May 26, 2010 11:21 AM   in reply to PreacherMan66

    If all you need is a thumbnail of the PDF, why not use the API(s) specific to that purpose?  Look at the StaticView sample in the SDK.

     
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    Jun 28, 2010 2:58 AM   in reply to (susana_albor)

    Two things:

     

    1. I HATE, HATE, HATE with all the venom I can summon into my heart the INCESSANT, REAL-ESTATE-CHISELING, DISTRACTING navigation pane and its infuriating insistence on reappearing and reappearing and reappearing until you're ready to pound the desk with your fist. I don't like distractions. I don't dangle a light bulb off the corner of my TV or play paddycake with a half-inch-wide "pane" when I read a book. I simply focus on the pages, and nothing else. As I would like to do in Acrobat.

     

    2. The removal methods suggested by Adobe employees and others in the first half of this thread never worked for me. They only succeeded in causing my documents to appear buggily. Maximizing, say, a small Acrobat window would work--but the document you were viewing would retain its small dimensions, even if it too was maximized. Who am I, Clint Eastwood driving a bus in "Gauntlet" and looking through a slit as I roll through the streets? That's who I felt I was until I hit F4 twice to reset the window to display the document to its borders.

     

    I tried reinstalling Acrobat, but the window settings prevailed, surely through the registry somehow. Which brings up a third question: Why, when I have revoked consent for your product to even be on my hard drive (presumably the installation agreement doesn't say "you agree to have our stuff installed after you uninstall it"), does my registry remain bloated with litter from it?

     

    And for a fourth thing, the removal of multi-document interface in 9 was the other worst thing that Adobe did. I can *NOT* stand having 580 windows open when I'm managing a workload.

     

    GET.

     

    A.

     

    CLUE.

     

    In the meantime, I'll be using the pre-vexware version of Acrobat that I recently downgraded to.

     
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    Apr 20, 2011 11:06 AM   in reply to (susana_albor)

    I've been trying to follow the advice from Patrick Leckey on 9. May 8, 2008 2:45 PM in response to: (susana_albor) , however, I can't find the particular .exe definition mentioned, nor can I find the particular registry paths mentioned. I too would like to disable the navigation pane on the left hand side permanently.

     

    I have Adobe Acrobat X Pro.

     
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    May 24, 2011 6:49 PM   in reply to Patrick Leckey

    yippie

     

    vb.net:

    WebBrowser1.Navigate(ofd.FileName & "#navpanes=0")

     
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    Oct 17, 2011 10:00 PM   in reply to (Leonard_Rosenthol)

    Leonard, we did not ask you how to hide idiotic sidebar on per-session basis, we ask Adobe to STOP force-feeding this brown pile of sheet into our mouth.  In plain English, there must be a way to perma-hide this pest as it was in Acrobat prior to ver 9.

    Do you udnerstand or not?

    We're fed up with your sidebar, and the more you insist in feeding us your nonsense, the more reason to hack and kill it programmatically.  We hhave the abuilioty, don't let this happen, though, do it yourself.

    Add an option to hide idiotic sidebar.  Don't become Apple#2.

     
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    Oct 17, 2011 10:22 PM   in reply to (Leonard_Rosenthol)

    > The navigation panel is also an information panel for letting you know when a PDF contains certain features (security, layers, etc.).

    ===

     

    Your own lame opinion is not of interest to us, customers.  We say your sidebard must be perma- disableable (NOT per-session, bu tpermanently) as it was in older Acrobat prior to ver 9 (or 8?).  Do you understand English language?  We do NOT want your idiotic sidebar - to me it's NOT about "valuable space", but about being distracted by more & more info we didn't ask for !  I am an Engineer, I know what's best for me betetr than you imagine you know.  I could give TWO FLYING KRAAPS about your "valuable" sidebar, all it does is make me want to go back to older Acrobat.

    Your people sit on their a$$es and devise new ways to generate revenues by "revamping" a workign application, moving menus & stuff around and adding kraap features to justify your salaries, that's it - it is about constantly inventing weays to SELL more Acrobat.

    I want sidebar disableable or I will hack it, and as I said I am an Engineer, I will hack to kill sidebar, thanks for makign my life harder, you Leonard ******** Rosenberg.

     

    Second Grievance: Acrobat X canvas color is no longer compliant w/user's Windows System wide colorscheme (when Windows is in Classic mode - which happens to be the ONLY productive mode for working pro's, rather than kids with their "pictures & music" usage of computers.

    It's fixated in "Silverish" color by your idiot coder.  Since when it stopped disrespecting user's Windows setting and enforce its own color?  Even if you don't want to read customers Windows colorshceme as was usual prior to AcrobatX, at least gives us ability to change that Canvas color.

    Referring to Background color when you zoom out of PDF object, you see that object upon "backdrop/background" which graphicxpros call "Canvas".

    Can you understand that breakign down this function is retarded?

    What kind of progress is that in Acrobat X?  You want us to stick with your eye-sore silversih background ?!?>!  ANd not able to change? ?  AND REFUSE TO COMPLY WITH WINDOWS SYSTEMWIDE COLOR - IN MY CASE DESKTOP & ALL WINDOWS USE BLACK BACKGROUND, YES I WANT BLACK, DO YOU GET THE IDEA/??  I wish I coulduse stronger language $#$@U&&^$

     

    P.S. Typos b/c posting from Mobile device ==> tiny keyboard & typing fast (busy!) - sorry !

     
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    Oct 17, 2011 10:25 PM   in reply to Patrick Leckey

    It's not about "me me me", it's about sidebar being STUPID.

    "Millions of satisfied" customers don't have determination to complain nor are many professionals.  We're professionals, I am very particular abou tmy settings, I WORK on computers, not playign games "pictures & videos" kraap.  I agree w/OP poster that sidebar is a dog, and YOu are an IDIOT.

    you're an Idiot Adobe employee.

    End of conversation.

     
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    Oct 18, 2011 4:30 AM   in reply to Mark Gates

    hahah I know I have already hacked it in the past.  I have integrated a fast

    version of it in my own skyboard system.  I will see what I did and get

    back.. I am on your side of things as the side bar bs is just that.. like

    what where they doing....  i remember I had a few hudnred pdf's showing all

    at the same time.   in test runs.. .

     

    geeze nobody has called me "leonard" in years....

     

    I do remember though I had to encase a little wrapper over things... I will

    be back when I can.

     

    lenn

     
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    Oct 18, 2011 4:36 AM   in reply to Mark Gates

    ohh I replied to a Leonard message when I shouldn't of...  ahhaha   please

    ignore / delete the last message from history in this thread...  I am no

    "leonard" ...

     

    comon leonard R.  bend some spoons and get your adobe to listen to their

    customers requests.

     

    Lenn Dolling

     
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    May 18, 2012 6:50 PM   in reply to Lenn Dolling

    These idiotic "Navigation Pane Button" annoy me so that one day, I am afraid, I will throw my laptop into a wall. Three years later and still there is no way of getting rid of them by default. Adobe, please, pay somebody to add a check-box somewhere in your preferences to not open the buttons by default (if I need them once in two years, I can easily open them from the right-click-anywhere-on-the-document menu). You have a ton of junk settings in the preferences which nobody needs, however there is no way to adjust something big that faces the user every time a document is opened - that does not make any sense!!!

     

    P.S. Tried to implement some of the solutions posted above (in Mac OS X) - the solutions do not work!!! I am not a hardcore programmer, but I am not a dummy in software and computers either. I could not make them to work...

     
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