Allow apple’s “accent menu” to be used inside Adobe apps, instead of repeating the character endlessly.
Currently if you press and hold a physical keyboard button, it just repeats the character like this sssssssssss.
If the macOS feature “accent menu” works in future versions of Adobe apps. Typing in other languages that use accents like Italian (for example è and ì) would be easier. Instead of typing on another word processor then pasting into Adobe app. You can type è é ê ë ē easily on an English keyboard.
The said accent menu looks like the GIF attached.
It’d be indeed a nice feature, although it clashes with the one Windows has reserved for holding a letter, Auto Repeat. One can toggle if off, in Windows (here 10) Settings > Ease of Access > Keyboard > Use Filter Keys: On — but this is not a common knowledge.
Can’t say Auto Repeat is actually an good :)
On Windows, you can achieve this with a quite new Quick Accent menu. It requires Power Toys though: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/powertoys/quick-accent
After PowerToys is installed, and Quick Accent is enabled, hold a key for a short time and immediately press Space — the same looking menu bar will get shown. Not the same exact workflow, but it works.