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Adobe insists on filling my screen with multiplying login popups when the computer sleeps

New Here ,
Oct 14, 2021 Oct 14, 2021

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Why does Adobe insist on filling my screen with multiplying login popups when the computer sleeps? Even when no readers are running I get a screenfull of popups in the morning. Most annoying. Please cut it out!

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Oct 14, 2021 Oct 14, 2021

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my computer sleeps 6 evenings per week and i see no popups (from adobe or anyone else). so there's something about your computer or your settings that's causing the issue.  what do the popups say?

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It's just a creepy unrequested please login box.

I just clicked "turn off all pop-up notifications" in my acct. settings.

Let's hope that solves it. If I knew how to reflect the popup back to the source I would. Karma.

Same for the droids that keep calling from "dealer services". They deserve instant DofS hack attacks.

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