why is this thread locked?
Search metrics demonstrate, undeniably, that exactly ZERO adobe users have any positive remarks for the "new adobe experience" (or whatever they are calling that garbage repainting of the same product we've had for 20 years)
Please STOP trying to trick your consumers into beleiveing there is some value added to the product by moving toolbars from one side of the screen to the other. It is deceptive, and abominable - not to mention sabotages our workflow and efficiency.
The feedback clearly dictates that NO ONE wants any part of your "new adobe experience" so leave well-enough alone and quit making ALL of the people who give up their hard-earned $ spend 30 mins scouring the internet and CHAT AI to FIX the product that was NOT broken to begin with.
Read the feedback. Literally NO ONE (other than adobe employees) has ANYTHING positive to say about the "new experience" - so MAKE IT GO AWAY AND LET IT DIE, and chalk one up to "we (adobe) are/were WAYYY off-track... let's drop this terrible idea like a hot rock and try to come up with something, ANYTHING, that actually makes sense" - bc this clearly DOES NOT. It is actually even worse than adult literacy in Arkansas.
And stop "locking" posts simply bc you can't stand more of the same feedback about your ATROCIOUS "new experience"
Your consumers deserve to be heard - we do NOT care that you've heard it enough already. Obviously, you haven't - as evidenced by the fact that the "new experience" is still being pimped like a cheap rock garden tool to your customers.
Terrible idea. Terrible response. Terrible, terrible, terrible,... all the way around.
Your search metrics are false.
But the thread is locked probably because it was the 27th thread of this style.
If you want to make your voice heard, go to uservoice, there is a thread expressing expressivly what you think and upvote the idea.
Acrobat is indeed a 30 year old product and it has gotten at least one major ovehaul of its UI since then. And I'm sure that at that time, many did not like the candy crush interface.