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I just bought a new Surface Book 2 and installed Fresco. My problem is that the program is not able to get past this loading screen upon opening:
After doing numerous reinstalls, relaunching CC, updating all relevant software, and trying possible fixes I found in forums, I am out of ideas. Is there a way to get past this issue?
Thanks for providing the logs. Can you try logging out and login to Adobe Creative Cloud application and then try launching Fresco?
From log it looked like the your login had some error state due to which this issue is showing up. Kindly share if it fixes the issue for you.
Thanks a lot,
I managed to get Fresco working by logging in with another account on the same computer. So it must be some issue with that certain account. The one I am having problems with is a School account.
I have the same issue with my school account. I think it is due to the lack of access to adobe cloud storage when using the school account.
I checked and your other account didn't have access to Cloud Storage. Thanks for the logs it helped us in isolating the problem of infinite loading document spinner.
Glad it worked with your other account.
@Nasser.a, yes access to Adobe Cloud Storage is required to run Fresco. You can create a personal Adobe ID to use Fresco, Fresco's entire functionality is available in the free version of the application as well. Details on how to upgrade and additional benefits can be found here: https://helpx.adobe.com/au/fresco/using/upgrade-from-free-to-paid-plan.html.
can you please guide me through the process of doing that? i have tried and it is still not working
I also can't use fresco with my school account. A year ago I got my school laptop and I downloaded fresco but now I got my laptop erased and I redownloaded fresco but now I can't acess it
I had the same thing happen to me yesterday. I walked away for a few hours after shutting down my iPad. When I returned and launched Fresco the image was loaded.