Yes, this is tricky... The issue is the opacity level of the comment. Unfortunately, this setting was not included in the floating toolbar, so it's very difficult to change it. The only way to do it is with a script. So here's what you need to do:
-Select the comment from the Comments List.
-Press Ctrl+J to open the JS Console window.
-Paste this code into the window, replacing all of its current contents:
This should change the opacity level of the selected comment.
Now, to apply it to any new comments of this type you will create, right-click that comment and select Properties, and then tick the "Make Properties Default" box, and you're done.
thanks for ur advice.
Unfortunately nothing happens when I press ctrl + J )):
I have the german version… so I dont know if there is something different.
I also can't change it for further comments, because everything what you are saying is not popping up.
What application are you using, including the exact version number?
I found out what the problem is.
Its called Typewriter opacity Bug!
I tryed to deinstall the adobe reader and install it new (this should help to get rid of the bug) but it didnt work.
because my preference got saved…
I dont know how I can delete the program completely or get back to the defaults
maybe u are smarter?
Just waisted already so much time on it…
starting to hate the acrobar reader