I used to be able to turn off Adobe Fonts in the CC preferences, but it seems that is no longer an option.
I prefer to use the fonts I have installed locally, thanks very much, but now Adobe has decided that I should be using the fonts in the cloud. If I open a file that contains a font I don't have activated in my font manager, Adobe Fonts helpfully activates the cloud version. It doesn't even ask, it just does it and then tells me it's been activated. So I have to deactivate it so I can activate my locally installed font.
I'm having other font problems, but this is the most vexing.
Never mind! I found where to disable it!
It's always useful to tell the other users how you did it! 🙂
the way I like best is going to the CC app
choose "manage fonts" in the left panel:
Then go to active fonts and deactivate them as you wish by going to active fonts.
You can even reactivate previously deactivated ones by going to "previously active" and re-activate from there.
Obviously you can also go directly on Adobe fonts:
and go to manage fonts
On the top right side of the window...
Hope it helps!
I didn't want to just deactivate fonts, I wanted to completely disable Adobe Fonts because I prefer to use my locally installed fonts.
Here is how I did it:
In the CC App, go to Preferences > Services
Sorry I misunderstood you, I should have paid attention to the capitalised F in Adobe fonts 🙂
Glad you found the solution!