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Creative Cloud Assets (Files) No Longer Hot Linkable via BLOB Scripting

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Feb 25, 2020

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Please forgive me, if I post this topic and inquiry the in the wrong forum. I'm a happy Photography Plan subscriber on the 20GB plan. I have uploaded tiny PNGs of my photographer logo to be embedable to my outgoing email via GMail.

 

Long story short, I recently realized a "blob" preceding public links stored at my CC Assets folder. For example: "blob:https://assets.adobe.com/bla-bla-yotta-yotta-strings".

 

I'm almost one year old CC Photography Plan subscribers. Earlier in my membership, I uploaded aforementioned logo of mine to be embedded via hotlinking. Even to this day, I still have the public url like this: "https://public.adobecc.com/files/more-bla-bla-yotta-yotta-random-strings".

 

In other words, in my saved templated text file, I had saved up the URLs that still allows me to embed my logo via hotlinking.

 

However, recently, I created a small logo for my personal cooking project and when I tried repeating the steps to obtain the URL for hotlinking, I was met with the blob interface that prevents me from obtaining the URL and well...embedding my new logo.

 

Did Adobe somehow blocked this hotlinking feature?

 

Thank you,

 

Ronald

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Creative Cloud Assets (Files) No Longer Hot Linkable via BLOB Scripting

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Feb 25, 2020

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Please forgive me, if I post this topic and inquiry the in the wrong forum. I'm a happy Photography Plan subscriber on the 20GB plan. I have uploaded tiny PNGs of my photographer logo to be embedable to my outgoing email via GMail.

 

Long story short, I recently realized a "blob" preceding public links stored at my CC Assets folder. For example: "blob:https://assets.adobe.com/bla-bla-yotta-yotta-strings".

 

I'm almost one year old CC Photography Plan subscribers. Earlier in my membership, I uploaded aforementioned logo of mine to be embedded via hotlinking. Even to this day, I still have the public url like this: "https://public.adobecc.com/files/more-bla-bla-yotta-yotta-random-strings".

 

In other words, in my saved templated text file, I had saved up the URLs that still allows me to embed my logo via hotlinking.

 

However, recently, I created a small logo for my personal cooking project and when I tried repeating the steps to obtain the URL for hotlinking, I was met with the blob interface that prevents me from obtaining the URL and well...embedding my new logo.

 

Did Adobe somehow blocked this hotlinking feature?

 

Thank you,

 

Ronald

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Feb 25, 2020

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I have never used my Creative Cloud space for storing web assets.  I typically put assets on my public facing web server where I also host my website or on a CDN like AWS  or Cloudflare.

 

I'm moving this post from Community Help which is for questions about this forum to Get Started. 

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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