I basically make forms fora living and have been using Acrobat for more than a year now. Relatively recently I've been having this issue where my view gets refocused to the top right corner of the textbox I'm moving while I absolutely don't need to see that part of it.
I'm trying to align the textbox to a line on the form so the text would be written accurately on the line. But for that I need to be zoomed in a lot to move the textbox to the exact position I want. So I zoom in at 6400% to be as accurate as can be. At 6400% I don't see the top of the textbox which is fine, but the moment I move it in the place I think will be best, acrobat will systematically move me so I can see to top left corner of the textbox. When acrobat does so, I have to go back down every time to double check what I did.
I don't need and also don't want to see the top left corner of the texbox when I move it. I simply want to see what I was seeing at the time I moved the textbox, I want to review the positionning of it before I move on. This issue is rather annoying considering I have to unzoom, scroll down, zoom back in to properly review what I did every time. I add in around 500 to 1000 textbox per day. You can probably see why this is a big issue now.
If there's anything I can do on my side to make this stop I'd appreciate a lot any assistance in that regard. If not please fix this issue accordingly or add in a setting that would stop acrobat from moving me to the top left corner of the textbox.
Thank you, and have a nice day.
NOTE : the screenshot "pdf 6400 view" shows what I see before moving the textbox. The screenshot "pdf 6400 view after" shows what I see exactly after moving the textbox.