Please provide a way for users to alter UI parameters e.g. font size, colour etc.
This is NOT a cosmetics request. It's a usability request. Audition is not usable for me. I have eyesight difficulties blind in one eye and focus difficulties in the other eye. - a full explanation is provided in the forum here. https://community.adobe.com/t5/audition/how-can-i-work-with-the-fonts-and-colours-in-the-adobe-audiition-interface/td-p/11968035 so I wont write it all out again. But gray on gray text is almost impossible for me to read, and in any case the font size is far too small. I have to use a hand-held magnifier and move to within about 5cm from my high-res screen to read filenames, panel headlines, preferences options etc.
Almost every other software on earth that's of any merit allows users to edit the UI parameters to suit their needs, except I can't find how I can do this with Audition. (I'm using the latest version, Build 126.96.36.199) The preferences offer lots of choices to alter the look of elements of the UI, but all are still gray on gray and no change in font size is allowed.
If it's of interest to you, the anti-discrimination law in Australia requires things like this allow for people with disabilities. Corporations have been successfully sued here for not having web sites that are navigable by people with disabilities.
For example, several times a week I have to edit radio programs to 58min 45secs long and since I can't read the times in the top of the multi-channel window it's sometimes a guess as to whether I'm even close to time. As I'm sure you realise in radio, half a second of dead air is apparent to listeners and is a mark of amateurish production (i.e. ME!!).