Ive done this multiple times Bob and I know others have as well, is Adobe listening?
Sure they are. It's just that there are hundreds of requests ahead of yours. ;-)
Seriously, the product managers have to choose between a ton of choices of what to change or add. You need to make a very good case for how your request is the most important.
Personally, that would not sit very high on my list.
Yeah im sure there are lots of requests but I dont really consider this a "feature" but more of an accessibility issue. Creative cloud libraries was a feature, making the interface adjustable so people can actually see it is not. It might not be important for you if you like tiny little icons and small fonts but a lot of people dont, and I think this would rank pretty high on the list because it affects lots of people on how they use the program itself. Why not fix the problems that already exist rather than adding new features that not everybody cares about? A larger interface might not be a high priority on your list but creative cloud libraries is definitely not a high priority on mine. Since this question has been asked over and over and over again through the years and Adobe has done nothing to address it is perplexing to me.
It just reminds me of other companies like Apple who will ignore driver related video card issues that affect a huge customer base who's using their computers and instead put those efforts towards updating emojis in texting. I get it that updating the interface doesn't make more money for the company but it makes all of the existing and new users who want this really happy. Again shouldn't have to use the zoom feature on mac osx to see the icons comfortably thats pretty ridiculous in 2015. This interface was clearly designed for monitors back in the days of 1024px not with 1080p monitors.