Since today I can't open my cloud document properly anymore.
The file gets loaded and then shows a popover with "syncing".
This popover stays open forever (I left it running for 1 hour) and the file can't be accessed.
This means I'm blocked from my professional work and can't access my files anymore!
Sorry to hear about the trouble. Please try the steps shared below:
1. Sign out of XD and Adobe CC Desktop app.
2. Close CoreSync and all Adobe related process from the Task Manager/Activity Monitor.
3. Sign back in on the Adobe CC Desktop app and launch XD from there and check how it works.
If this doesn't help, please share a screenshot of About XD info page and the OS details, we'll try our best to help you with it.
I tried all the steps above, but still the document is endlessly syncing, when trying to open it.
Here is a screenshot of the About page (I guess that's what you meant with info page?):
I use Windows 10 64bit
Thanks for trying the steps, Alexander! It looks like the creative cloud sync is not up to date, so could you please try the steps to update the CC Desktop app: https://helpx.adobe.com/xd/kb/fix-issues-with-xd-cloud-documents.ug.html#unable-to-create-open-cloud...
Please update the CC Desktop app and try other suggestions shared in the article and let us know if that helps or if you need any further assistance.
Thanks for the suggestions.
I tried all the steps you suggested, but the file still can't sync.
This is very troublesome, since it's a Design System linked in dozens of files.
Thanks for trying. Please ensure that the Creative Cloud Sync version should be 18.104.22.168 and in case if it still doesn't work, will it be possible for you to share the actual file and the system logs(https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/kb/cc-log-collector.html) and add them to a shared location like Google Drive or DropBox and DM me the link by clicking on my name.
Note: While sending the DM, please add this discussion link in the subject
yesterday I deinstalled all Adobe products, creative cloud and removed all left over processes by hand.
Thus making sure nothing of Adobe is left on my computer.
Then I reinstalled Creative Cloud and Adobe XD.
Even with this clean install, I don't get the sync version you described. How is it possible to update to this version?
We are sorry for the delay in response. Would you mind trying the steps mentioned in these articles: https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/help/creative-cloud updates.html, https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/kb/arent-my-files-syncing.html and see if that helps?
If it doesn't, please get in touch with us directly here"https://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html and initiate a chat with our assisted support so that they can remote into your system and help you further.
Hi, I have exactly the same issue as the OP. It happened today after updating to v37.1.32. I can't open a specific shared cloud document because XD get's stuck in an endless sync.
I've tried all the steps in this thread, and in the linked articles, but nothing has helped. I am already running Creative Cloud Sync version 22.214.171.124
Please can someone advise how to solve this?
I also tried everything, as you. Nothing worked.
I ended up downloading the cloud document from the creative cloud website and creating a new document with the content. It did lead to even more issues, but at least I didn't loose the work from many years.
I'm wondering how you managed to get Creative Cloud Sync version 126.96.36.199.
I tried everything, updating/deinstalling/reinstalling/manually deleting every part of adobe on my computer.
It's very sad and concerning that Adobe products are so unreliable.
@alexanderd94316173, I did not do anything special to get Sync version 188.8.131.52. I assume the app updated to this version automatically (I have enabled the setting to 'Aways keep Creative Cloud up to date').
I found a workaround for the endless sync problem that worked for me. It might work for others as well.
4. Rename original file (e.g. add a suffix so you know it is the problem file)
5.Rename duplicate file to original name
6. Test that the duplicate file opens without the syncing issue by pressing the open button in the same right hand menu.
7. Share file with any collaborators who need access. N.B. I had removed any collaborators from the original file before I duplicated it. I'm not sure if this is important.
8. This is the part that surprised me - when i checked the link settings in the Share section of the desktop XD app, I found that the original link had also been duplicated. This meant i could just update the link and I did not need to republish the file and share a new link with all the stakeholders.
Honestly, this and other cloud issues have been happening for years now. I don't think it's acceptable for Adobe to release buggy immature features for such core functionality. I'm fed up with being an involuntary beta tester when this is a paid licence.