One of my users is using Adobe CC 126.96.36.1990, Indesign CC 2015.4 Release (188.8.131.52) as well as Illustrator CC 2015.3.1 Release (20.1.0) on a iMac Retina 5K 27" Late 2014 Model running OS X Yosemite v10.10.5
The user had been able to add Graphics, Styles and Colors to the CC Library available in InDesign up until 2 weeks ago, when faced with the following problem:
All of the buttons here are grayed out, and I have no idea how to fix it, I have tried the following
I'm so out of ideas!
Have you tried this user (this Adobe ID) on another machine?
Hey Mate, I just tried this, we have 4 Mac's with the same setup and tried every permutation of the user on a machine and its no good.
Still cant do anything to my CC libraries. I'm pretty desperate, as the user relies heavily on his CC library, he can work around not having it, but it makes his life much easier.
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Hey everyone, super happy I've worked out a fix, so if anyone comes across the solution for me was as follows:
Firstly, navigate to /Users/<username>, and ensure there is only one folder named "My Creative Cloud Files", you'll see they are emblazoned with the CC Library insignia, if there is more than one of these, close all adobe programs, sign out of the Desktop CC App, delete ALL of the folders (after backing up anything inside them first), and log-in again on the Desktop CC App.
Secondly, navigate to System Preferences, Network, <Current Internet Connection Type>, Advanced..., Proxies, and add "localhost" to the Bypass proxy settings for these Hosts & Domains
Relaunch your InDesign and I was all good to go.
Hello, I have the same issue a few days now and tried the suggested solution but didn't work out.
Do you now anything further?
Exactly the same issue here, none of the solutions have worked .. including everything mentioned here --> Solution to the issue: Adobe Creative Cloud Libraries panel doesn't load in desktop products .... guess i'll try a fresh install