I can confirm I'm having the same issue here. Adobe Acrobat DC. The current version is 18.011.20055. We have had it happen to the same user on two Windows 10 PC's. One machine was older so we simply put her on new hardware with a fresh OS and we saw the issue return. before doing that we tried updating graphics drivers, turning off transparency and other display options in windows 10, and even setting her up with a new windows user profile. We have not been able to isolate why it's happening. the load-out of programs is pretty standardized, standard domain added PC. We're not even using GPO's there. we've had other users running Acrobat DC on windows 10 with similar software and hardware and this issue has not presented itself.
I'm having the same issue. Just a white box over the top of my tools in Adobe Acrobat DC ( ). I can't even use the X in the top right corner to close - nothing works in about the top fifth of the Acrobat window. I've done all kinds of shenanigans with turning on and off the security, etc. I've deinstalled/reinstalled/repair a number of times and nothing is working. I have to shut down the app prematurely just to get out of the window. Help!
I have two users that are also having this same issue. Tried repair, uinstall, disabling shell extensions, and a number of other things. This has been ongoing for about a month. The problem is intermittent but i happening at least once per day. It is also affecting Explorer windows and Internet Explorer windows if they are open when Adobe does this.
Same thing here. Its most likely not just a adobe thing but a windows 10 issue. I have a single user that this happens to on their primary monitor. Happens in chrome and adobe reader as well as windows explorer. Completely random. Changing the resolution lower and then back fixes the issue. I have even reinstalled windows and installed a new GPU but the user is still affected. Still has the same user profile but I cant imagine it being a user profile related issue??? Both GPU's are Nvidia. Im at a dead end, no idea how to resolve this issue and cant find any solutions online other than people suggesting its driver related.
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This isn't an Adobe Problem. This happened to me today and it affected Chrome, Edge, and Adobe Acrobat. It didn't affect my MS Office programs, however.
The quickest fix, if you are able, is to fullscreen the program and then exit fullscreen.
On Chrome and Edge web browsers, the shortcut key (which you will need because you can't access the menus) is F11.
On Adobe Acrobat, the shortcut key combo is Ctrl+L.
Hope this helps.
Edit: I should note this is a temporary fix. It will resolve the issue in whatever instance of the affected program you have running. However, if you close and open the program again, the problem will return and you will have to fullscreen in and out once more.
Hello everyone, I just want to add this post that here in our organization we are having the same problem with windows 10 blanking out the top 1-2" of adobe, internet explorer and windows explorer screens. i have tried just about everything with no luck. To note its happening on random computers, expensive desktops to laptops also lower end laptops. I can only hope this helps someone in looking for a cure.
Same Issue for us. Just started about a week ago in windows 10 pro n 64 bit.. One user is getting the white bar in Chrome and in Adobe Reader DC. Haven't check Edge. Only way to fix so far is the workaround listed above.
Thank you for posting this Jason. I handle the IT at my company and this has so far been plaguing a few of our computers. This not only affects Adobe but other parts of windows such was web browsers, Windows Explorer, etc. This does seem like a combination of Adobe and windows 10 or possibly a graphics driver conflict with adobe. I am just happy to see that its not happening to just my company.
We have to somehow expedite this to the Adobe team as, at least for me, this causing a big headache with my company and I'm at the point where I may have to switch PDF programs to keep this from happening and that's something I really don't want to do.
Anyone know of a way to get Adobe attention on this?
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I had talked to Adobe about this and they gave me a solution to try. Our computers here that are being affected are running Intel's HD graphics drivers so the fix they gave me are for these drivers. I havnt heard about a fix for other drivers but if your using Intel HD Graphics then try this out:
1. Right Click on an empty space on your Desktop and go to Intel Graphic Settings
2. Go to Display Settings > Advanced display settings
3. Click on "Display adapter properties for Display #" (Choose the affected screen in case you have two monitors or do the following steps for both monitors).
4. In the adapter properties, go to "Intel HD Graphics Control Panel" tab
5. In the "Scaling" setting choose "Maintain Aspect Ratio"
6. Save settings if it gives you the option or just close out.
So far I have this implemented on a couple of our machines and so far it hasn't happened. I do have a case still open with them so if it doesn't work I will go back and inquire about a fix.
This solution didn't fix the issue. If you have another solution please let us know. The case number that I got this solution from was ADB-4287419-H5C2. We may need to reopen the case. Adorobat
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Sorry to hear you are facing trouble. Could you try changing "resolution" option under Edit > Preferences > Page display to "use system settings",click OK, relaunch Acrobat and check if that helps. Also, try replicating the issue in a new user account by right-clicking on the Start button then select Settings > Accounts > Other people > Add someone else to this PC, login into that account, launch Acrobat from there and check.
I have the same issue. Ctrl+L. toggle is the only thing in this thread that works, I need to do that on launch each time now. I do not have this issue on any other programs, and only on this computer (Windows 10). The display preferences change above did nothing to resolve.
Come on Adobe, get a handle on this. Great product, this shouldn't be that hard to resolve!
When opening PDF's intermittently they will appear with a white box covering the section marked in red in the image below. The area becomes unclickable. Nothing happens when you click in any area
This is a Microsoft issue, not an Adobe issue. Please see these threads. Some indicate that it is only an issue with Maximized windows. Does that make a difference?
Replying to myself with a solution - it does seem to be a Windows thing, not Adobe. All I had to do was toggle my monitor's screen resolution to a lower level and then back to where it was, the problem has disappeared even after restarting.