Is there a way to completely disable the popup that advertises the 'share' button? It blocks the tools I need until it's manually dismissed and since I never share files online, it's nothing but an unnecessary and increasingly annoying interruption.
As per the issue description mentioned above, you want to disable the pop-up which appears when launching Acrobat, is that correct?
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Also, could you confirm the application - Reader or Acrobat you are using on the machine?
The screenshot in reply #18 on the other thread you refer to is it precisely, so there's no need for an additional screenshot. I am using Acrobat Pro DC, version 2019.008.20080. As you can see, the pop-up covers the top two tools completely, and must be dismissed before they can be used.
Thanks for the info. At the moment, it isn't possible to customize the Share button. Please file a feature request for the form via the link below: Feature Request/Bug Report Form to make the Share button customizable.
Please also see the link - What's new in Adobe Acrobat DC on the capabilities introduced by the Share button.
Looks like the exact request I would make is already up there, so there's no need to do more than upvote it. One hopes Adobe takes the request seriously; it's clear many users have issues with the so-called "big blue share button" and would like to see its presence made optional at a minimum.
Thank you for your time; I suppose we can consider this question closed.
It's was not a request to customise the share button it is a request to remove the blue 'help' popup that is getting in the way of using acrobat efficiently. No one requested you put advertising in your app that obstructs its usability. I would expect this behaviour from shareware, not an app that is antiquated and super expensive. Stop trying to force help on users that have been using this software most likely, since before you were even born. If you want to help users, get out of their way!!!!!!!
Be REALLY nice if Adobe just fixed this poor behavior. I see people have been complaining about it for years now. It's a major usability flaw. You should never interfer with a user's actions by throwing up un-necessary dialog boxes, especially for "value added" services that no one ever wants.