I have checked the “Enable Scrolling” in the “View/Page Display” menu to have a continuous page flow (with gaps between pages) and avoid page bouncing when moving from the bottom of a page to the top of the next page. It works as expected when in windowed mode but not in full screen mode.
- Why isn’t it possible to have continuous page flow (with gaps between pages) when in full screen mode? It is as if Adobe Reader disregards the “View/Page Display” menu preferences and always reverts to “Single Page View” when in full screen mode!
- Also it would be nice to have an option to display a vertical scroll bar to the extreme right of the screen in full screen mode to be able to quickly scroll the document.
These two features are the primary ones that make me still using Foxit-Reader instead of Adobe Reader albeit Foxit-Reader has a lower PDF rendering quality.
I have same problem.
In Full Screen Mode , most functions are *NOT* working. For example , Show/Hide Menu Bar , Show/Hide Toolbars etc. Even use keyboard shortcut , they just *NOT* working.
I am wondering is any chance to make Show/Hide Menu Bar , Show/Hide Toolbars working on Full Screen Mode ?
At least , please add some keyboard shortcut to change Page Display .
Adobe Reader version : 10.0.3
OS version : Mac OS X 10.6.7
I am having this problem as well. I try to read books full screen on my PC and it simply doesn't work properly. It makes it very hard to focus - when there are distractions on the screen I will get distracted. This is a feature that would make life easier for those of us who don't have tablets or ereaders!