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    The pages can be turned by use of the arrow-keys. To let the controls disappear a simple CSS-switch would do the trick. In a modern browser, you can actually do this the "hard way" by just deleting the entire "div.navbar-bottom" section while the document is open. As long as you don't refresh your browser, the "navbar" is GONE and stays that way.

    This is NOT a solution to your request, just a work-around that might help with a specific presentation, but it clearly shows, how easy it should be for Adobe to implement a "key-press-command" to toggle the visibility of the controls. ;-)

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    zwo=>two :-)

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    Martin Bangemann commented  · 

    ...adding to Diane's answer, if you're already logged in with Adobe in your browser it directly opens the dashboard ;-)

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    Thanks for the forwarding Diane.

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