Thank You! GKaiseril, for these links ~ appreciated
Acrobat 11 also lets you set up custom tool sets and allows oyu to quicky switch between them, a very handy feature, especially since they can trigger custom Actions.
There is not direct control over keyboard shortcuts, apart from what's available by creating custom menu items. They did add a number of new ones, particularly in form editing mode that I find very helpful, but you don't see talked about much anywhere.
I haven't tried to use any external means to control the UI of Acrobat, so I can't comments on what's available, if anything.
@George Johnson, thx for your feedbacks here + over at my 1st postings --
another few days to complete a couple dozen forms experiments,
then yes I'll begin to give my new InDesign (CS6) a spin and start cracking the learning curve on it.
over at my subscription to Thom Parker's site, I only just now stumbled across his lessons
on scripting custom buttons, etc. If only i didn't have to sleep!
If you want to customize the GUI with JS you should familiarize yourself with the following methods (all of them under the app object):
@Gilad D: thx, i'll focus study on those up front ~