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How to move the auto-created 'Adobe' Folder somewhere else

Community Beginner ,
Sep 06, 2020

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In both Windows and macOS anytime I open an application, be it Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition etc. in the 'My Documents' folder an 'Adobe' folder is created. It holds things like Lumetri settings and logs, workspace presets etc.

 

How do I move this Adobe folder into say, the Application Support (on a Mac) folder where this stuff SHOULD actually go?

 

I don't want and should have application data folders or files in my personal folders. That information belongs to the applications. I cannot for the life of me find out any help on this issue other than hiding it with a Terminal command... Which I might have to do.

 

NOTE: This is not the Creative Cloud Files folder that can be moved anywhere in the settings of the CC app, This is a specific "Adobe" folder that is constantly appearing.

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How to move the auto-created 'Adobe' Folder somewhere else

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Sep 06, 2020

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In both Windows and macOS anytime I open an application, be it Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition etc. in the 'My Documents' folder an 'Adobe' folder is created. It holds things like Lumetri settings and logs, workspace presets etc.

 

How do I move this Adobe folder into say, the Application Support (on a Mac) folder where this stuff SHOULD actually go?

 

I don't want and should have application data folders or files in my personal folders. That information belongs to the applications. I cannot for the life of me find out any help on this issue other than hiding it with a Terminal command... Which I might have to do.

 

NOTE: This is not the Creative Cloud Files folder that can be moved anywhere in the settings of the CC app, This is a specific "Adobe" folder that is constantly appearing.

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