I accidentally deleted a pattern from one of my libraries in creative cloud. I briefly saw a transparent popup that included an undo button. This vanished as I was moving to click it. CMD+Z (I'm on mac) did nothing, and I see no menu option for undoing anything. There is surely a way to undo what i just did other than the now-vanished popup. Please tell me where i can find it. The attached screenshot is the view I had into the library when this happened. I would like to sarcastically thank Adobe for hiding this feature, and for allowing one-click deletion without a confirmation click.
Deleting assets is a 2 step process.
Log-in to your Creative Cloud storage below and check the Deleted files folder.
When you find the asset, click the 3 dots icon for options to either permanently delete or restore it.
That solves the problem (thank you!), but doesn't *directly* answer my question. Are you saying that there is no way to do that in the actual application on my desktop?
Honestly, I rarely use my CC Desktop App. I keep it closed 90% of the time.