Autocomplete is giving my users two headaches after the latest update. We are on version 2019.010.20064.
The first issue is that autocomplete is resizing the zoom level of the document (sometimes to as small as 5%) making it impossible to see what is being typed.
To fix this, I would like to disable autocomplete altogether. However, when I disable it in preferences, nothing actually changes, autocomplete still functions as normal and even continues to add data to its list!
Is this a bug or is there another way to disable autocomplete? Better yet, is there a way to stop autocomplete from resizing the view of the document?
autocomplete doesn't change the view.
It absolutely, 100% does. The autocomplete box with suggested text changes the zoom level of the document to accommodate the length of the suggested text. If you delete characters and enter new text it zooms out further. Example video below.
This is not the autocomplete of form fields. It is a new feature of Fill & Sign.
Okay, thank you for the clarification, but that still doesn't answer my question(s). Is there a way to turn that feature off? I can't find any setting that relates to it.
You can't disable this.
Alright, thank you for your help!
You can disable auto-complete list.
Following are the steps:
Referencing this post:
Adobe acknowledges that this is an issue when there is no one signed in to Adobe Reader so the "cloud" fix is not an option for this. Looks like they are working on a solution.
I did this fix. It still auto completes every sentence we try to type.
This did not work for me. I was using a corporate version that had no cloud ablity on it. I had to go into each field and delete the autocorrect data one field at a time. Super annoying.