I'v reinstalled the latest Creative Cloud desktop app, and updated to the latest version of CC 2015 - but I cannot get the Creative Cloud context menu to allow me to selectively turn off sync for folders there.
It looks like the way this works doesn’t support my requirement. First, to answer your questions:
What platform are you running on, (Windows or Mac) BOTH
Are the files / folders in question involved in a collaboration with another user? NO
Can you see the syncing icons (green ticks, blue arrows) in the Creative Cloud Files folder? YES USUALLY, JUST CHECKED, AND NO AT PRESENT ON THIS MACHINE.
I have 3 machines I use daily. A Windows office PC and 2 Macbook Pros using both OSX and Windows 8.1. One of the Macbooks has almost no storage left, so I need to minimise sync to that one. What I want to do is select some files/directories to sync. I use OSX on one, and Windows on the other and only dual boot when needed. Those have the active licenses. The office PC I use when in the office a few times a month - I swap the licenses from a laptop when there.
It looks like the Adobe cloud storage MUST sync all machines totally or none. If this is right, it means I cannot use the Adobe file storage. I also use Google drive, Microsoft OneDrive and DropBox which all allow a selection of files to sync.
Looking at the file sync, it looks like you can only select NOT to sync files if you have multiple accounts. Is that right?