For #1, I get fine results. There is a user preference that controls font smoothing, so perhaps it wasn't set correctly for your system.
For #2, I'm not sure what you mean. I do not see the same thing.
For #3, the Hand tool is present on my installation. You may have to right-click the toolbar area and select it from the various toolbar buttons to get it to display.
I am trying to uninstall it and it won't let me. What do I do know
LEO HOUSTON wrote:
I am trying to uninstall it and it won't let me.
What means "won't let me"? Do you get an error message? What OS?
Riney - did you install this on the same computer as Reader 9 or a new one? Did you remove Reader 9 first? Do you have any other copies of Adobe Reader or Adobe Acrobat installed??
Your issue are 100% preference problems - at least two preferences are NOT the default settings - which makes me think that you have something else installed that is interferring with the proper settings.
I have removed everything else tjhat says adobe readeron it and the 10.0.1 still won't uninstall
Yes it says the package won't open
I installed this on the same computer with, I believe version 9.3, installed. I use Japanese windows if that makes any difference (but 9.3 looks and functions perfectly for me). Maybe Adobe Reader X is trying to use Japanese fonts (which when in English mode look terrible).
After installing X I did not touch any of the settings at all.
A previous poster mentioned the hand tool being in the menus. Where can I find that? And what is that horrible document preparation thing that pops up every time a file is opened?
i've got a few more:
1. hand tool is stuck on hand&zoom for no apparent reason on some documents, with no option of disabling it
2. save button does not function at all (it either starts off as greyed out or greys itself out when pressed; Ctr+Shift+S does nothing)
3. Firefox add-on crashes far far faaaaaaaaaaar more frequently than v9.3 although the old add-on actually had the decency of properly crashing while the new one just goes black, forcing me to kill it manually with Task Manager
And the joke of the day is that when i tried re-installing 9.3, i got an error message telling me that i already have a "functional product installed" and that the 9.3 installation will be terminated. Wrong! I have Adobe Reader X installed and that is NOT a functional product!!!
I am now going to start a manual unistallation of Adobe X, it better work!
Edit: re-installed 9.3 after rmoving X. works like a charm. i am so relieved!!