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Uservoice is a horrible way to get product improvement

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Nov 03, 2022 Nov 03, 2022

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So if you want to see or ask for a feature, report an error or get functionality this community is just a fluff. You need to go to a terrible forum and hope the algorithm god go in your favor so your post gets up voted for attention, so unless it’s a critical error, chances are Adobe isn’t going to post mortem their UX. This is where you can see tons of issues that don’t get addressed.

For example being able to use the middle mouse in Premiere, like all the other Adobe software… Tons of post and repeat posts on wanting this, only for Adobe to tell us most users don’t have a middle mouse button..... WTF
This is just one example others range from being able to make exact guides in AE without zooming to max and killing your eyeballs.

Adobe needs to start to put improvement road maps out because this software is slowing becoming more and more trash.

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Nov 06, 2022 Nov 06, 2022

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Did you want the middle mouse scroll wheel to do something other than scrub video in the Source tab and the Program tab?

 

If we search for "Middle Mouse" on the uservoice pages, it's pretty easy to see how many requests there are, how may votes each request has received, and if requets are in progress, under consideration, or declined.

 

There's no amount of rude behavior and crude language that can get a much wanted feature request more votes.

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