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Acrobat on iPad: Pan or Zoom while Drawing

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Jun 19, 2017

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I have a PDF document in the Acrobat app on my iPad which I would like to annotate/mark up with my Apple Pencil. In your app, I’m using the “pencil” icon to draw... this means all touches on the screen leave marks on the PDF. I noticed that I can’t use two fingers inside the draw mode to pan around the page or zoom in or out. I have to exit the draw mode, perform my pan or zoom, and then return to the draw mode.... or else my 2 fingers panning or zooming recognize as drawings, and I don’t want that.

I know that some other drawing apps are able to recognize the 2 finger gestures in draw mode and not register them as drawings, but none of them have the same PDF functoinality caliber as Acrobat. Am I just missing something, or does this feature actually not exist on the Acrobat iPad app?

Hi thomashdang,

I understand your concern, please try to file a request via this link: Adobe Acrobat for iPhone and iPad - Feature Request/Bug Report Form and help us with your comment how this workflow is important to you.

-Tariq Dar

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Acrobat on iPad: Pan or Zoom while Drawing

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Jun 19, 2017

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I have a PDF document in the Acrobat app on my iPad which I would like to annotate/mark up with my Apple Pencil. In your app, I’m using the “pencil” icon to draw... this means all touches on the screen leave marks on the PDF. I noticed that I can’t use two fingers inside the draw mode to pan around the page or zoom in or out. I have to exit the draw mode, perform my pan or zoom, and then return to the draw mode.... or else my 2 fingers panning or zooming recognize as drawings, and I don’t want that.

I know that some other drawing apps are able to recognize the 2 finger gestures in draw mode and not register them as drawings, but none of them have the same PDF functoinality caliber as Acrobat. Am I just missing something, or does this feature actually not exist on the Acrobat iPad app?

Hi thomashdang,

I understand your concern, please try to file a request via this link: Adobe Acrobat for iPhone and iPad - Feature Request/Bug Report Form and help us with your comment how this workflow is important to you.

-Tariq Dar

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Hi thomashdang,

I understand your concern, please try to file a request via this link: Adobe Acrobat for iPhone and iPad - Feature Request/Bug Report Form and help us with your comment how this workflow is important to you.

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