Make share button neutral
The new SHARE button is very blue. In Photoshop we have the option to make it interface colored. Same in Illustrator. InDesign dosen't.
so annoying.. it is the reason I work with previous version
as Evan and others commented: so OBNOXIOUS, useless, intrusive, COMPULSORY unwanted **** from adobe. ridiculous!
Yes, please make the Share button optional. It is annoying and takes up space. It's something I never need to use.
Clif Watson commented
REALLY thought this would be taken care of in 2024 InDesign. But alas...we still wait.
So obnoxious and distracting. Entire interface is neutral so you can focus on your project, except for the big blue screaming button that I will never use, grabbing all my attention. What a complete joke—a design app that doesn't understand basic principles of design.
Hi, everyone! Take a look at this: it's just an empty screen in Adobe InDesign. Before we even get started, according to this screen, all we need to do is share files. This is driving me crazy. Imagine how difficult it is to work on designs with black and white or muted colors!
It appears that Adobe's UI designers have completely forgotten what they've learned and why they're doing their job. This is a great example of lost communication with clients and utterly unprofessional work. I won't even mention the non-removable "Adobe Stock" search field. They are essentially forcing us to use their services, and if we don't, we're stuck looking at this distracting element every second.
And that's not all – they don't even allow us to use older software, just before these incredibly 'useful' innovations were introduced.
The software is overloaded with unnecessary tools, it runs slowly, and there's no noticeable difference in interface response speed between now and ten years ago. And their solution? They add a non-removable "Share" button.
Superwork, what else to say...
Clif Watson commented
Acrobat allows for Share button removal which would be ideal across all Adobe apps. I would settle for changing the Blue just as Photoshop and Illustrator have allowed.
Having a "uservoice" page that you ignore is akin to putting window dressing on a jail cell. Remember Quark's hubris? Adobe has inherited it.
Get rid of the unbelievably ANNOYING blue button. What's going on with you people? Why do you shove this stuff down our throats with it's obvious that MANY hate this obligatory feature.
For shame, Adobe. Seriously.
L R commented
Or better yet ... just give me a way to hide that top toolbar. It just repeats stuff from the menu bar anyway and is unnecessary on a mac, taking up a ton of screen real estate for no reason.
Give us the option to remove the share button completely. I will NEVER use it and Adobe making it as obnoxious as possible isn't going to change that.
Lukas Merkevicius commented
yes, it shoul be an option to hide as it is useless
David McEachern commented
The blue share button is obnoxious and distracting in all Adobe apps! These are design apps, come on! The option to hide or change a the color should be standard in all of the apps. Better yet, don't design the UI with a bright blue spot to begin with!
Cosmic Green commented
+1 to be able to remove this button or at least make it interface coloured as I will never use this button. Thanks.
Bill Hahn commented
Not only neutral, but hidden completely from the UI - in all apps. Thanks!
Hello Indesign Team!
please remove the blue share button.
we are working with colors here- as 99.99% of all the other adobe users.
nobody wants to be distracted by this blue button.
Corey Roberts commented
This is ridiculous; remove the stupid share button!
An application for which we pay substantial subscription fees should not be the place for publicity to use a service. It is enough to know that it exist and use it if we need to. Otherwise it should be out of our sight.
The strong blue color and the har of the button is DITURBING FOR PROFESSIONALS! Also stop pushing us to use Adobe's cloud functions – Adobe should live of varying creative software for its users NOT by scanning our content, collecting our " anonymized" behavioural data and selling it to highest bidders!
Please allow us to remove the button. I never use it. Or, at the very least, make it grey?
Why does Adobe think it needs to be so obnoxiously colored?
Is it to distract us from the fact that we no longer have Pantone colors?
Irina Enetec commented
This blue color is very distracting, I have also never used it!
Please add the option in ID like PS and AI - thank you!!!