Here'a an odd question. I have Adobe CC installed on my PC for work (I work remotely). It has Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Acrobat. All the stuff I use for work as my graphic design. We'll call this Account W (work).
But at night, I don't just want to be a print designer, I want to be a 3D artist and animator. So I have an personal Adobe account that I subscribed to Adobe's Substance $40 plan with. We'll call it Account C (cool). I installed this also on my PC.
Is there any way I can use all of these programs on my computer without logging out and logging back in again to Adobe CC, switching between Account W and Account C, each time I switch gears?
IMHO, Adobe's account management and licensing feature is designed to have access to the currently authorized products. Before the integration of Substance into the Adobe environment, it would have been possible.
ABAMBO | Hard- and Software Engineer | Photographer