I am using TeXnicCenter, and have just updated to Adobe Reader X. All in all I'm doing okay with the change, but I have one minor tweak that I'd want to make: I prefer the "Read Mode" view in Adobe Reader X, but AFAIK there is no way of setting that to be the default view in the standalone reader (it is the default view in a browser, however).
What I would like is some method of automatically switching to Read Mode after the compile process is complete. The approach I was thinking of (though I would welcome any alternatives!) was to use the keyboard shortcut for switching to Read Mode (it is Ctrl + H). I have a macro recording program on my computer, so I can record
Ctrl + Shift + F5 Delay[x milliseconds] Ctrl + H
which will compile and display the document (Ctrl + Shift + F5), wait
x milliseconds, then switch to Read Mode (Ctrl + H), but the problem is that depending on the packages being loaded, the compilation time for different documents can vary widely, and I'd like the delay between the two key combinations to be no longer than necessary. If the PDF output hasn't been opened by the end of the delay, the TeXnicCenter window is still in focus and Ctrl + H is applied there.
My question is whether there is a way of incorporating the command "apply Ctrl + H" into the LaTeX => PDF output profile, and specifically, in a manner such that it will be executed directly after the PDF output has been opened. Perhaps there is something I can add to that "Command" field under "View project's output"?