I need to change the language on some apps (for RTL). Are there any links for a full OFFLINE creative cloud app that can be installed on completely OFFLINE Macs?
is this for an enterprise installation?
The Mac that this is for has had the wifi card & ethernet disabled due to corporate anti-hacking policy.
you can't install on an offline computer, but here are the available installation files.
Downloadable installation files available:
Download and installation help for Prodesigntools links are listed on most linked pages. They are critical; especially steps 1, 2 and 3. If you click a link that does not have those steps listed, open a second window using the Lightroom 3 link to see those 'Important Instructions'.
I know about these links, what I require is the latest actual Creative Cloud App so that I can set the language preferences before installation as I require RTL (Arabic/Hebrew) support. When I install the normal files - I can't set the language.
I understand that you need to use the Creative Cloud App to set the language first but when I download the app on another computer & attempt to install at the offline site - it requires an Internet connection.
The RTL language support is essential and that is what my colleagues need to evaluate.
I don't think you're getting my problem - the app from that link requires an Internet connection to install completely - I need a complete offline installer.
Is there no way to set the language before installation on an offline Mac???????
This is extremely strange. It was so much easier before when the language choice was part of each app's installer.
Come on Adobe - there must be a solution for people in a locked-down environment!!!
No one has helped with this? I have the same need/requirement
That's not an offline installer, it's a bootstrapper installer. bad for slower connections. an offline installer would be something like cs6 where you can download a 5 gig or 6 gig iso and install it locally without the download part. the guy is looking for somekind of a huge CC iso file that he can download and install like installing the old creative suite software. you know download once and install on all your devices kinda thing?
also with all these millions and millions of linux users, why don't you guys have a .deb and .rpm installer package for Linux?
oh and plz do learn how to read, the computers he's installing on have NO INTERNET ACCESS, that requires an offline iso that can be burned to a DVD and installed like you used to install creative suite 6. bootstrappers don't work with no internet.