I am using a 32" wide screen LG monitor. To split this screen, LG uses a tool called "OnScreen Control".
This works perfect for me, all windows are switching automatically into the set frames when I drag them. Only Adobe Acrobat Reader DC and Adobe Acrobat are "ignoring" this function.
The LG support points to the special Adobe window management and they have no solution for this.
Question: Is there a way to configure Adobe Acrobat Reader DC and Adobe Acrobat windows to behave just like any other ordinary windows?
thank you but I tried all variants of the mentioned settings without success.
I am having the same issue with a wide screen Samsung monitor. Every other program opens up in set frames except Adobe Acrobat. Has there been any solution to this issue as yet?
the problem still exists in the latest version of Acrobat Reader DC. I
s there still no solution on this issue?
I have the same problem, no solution.
I have the same issue. Would be great to have it solved. Thank you
In my case I did not solve the Acrobat Reader issue itself, but since I use PowerToys / Fancyzones instead of the LG onscreen control, I am very happy.
Powertools / Fancyzones does exactly what I need.