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Repeated Log in

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Sep 19, 2022 Sep 19, 2022

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Hi,

I have Adobe CC and use Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign regularly. I've been trying to get into Fresco, but unlike all the other programs Fresco requires me to log in separately every time I open it. I have access to CC through my college which has an annoying login procedure and takes a few minutes to get through. Why does Fresco require a login every time? I don't have to log into CC or any of the other programs as I am always already logged in. Is there a way to stop this and stay logged into Fresco? If there isn't, I have other drawing programs I'd rather spend time learning.

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Community Expert , Sep 19, 2022 Sep 19, 2022

Could be the college set up. Individual licenses don't require logging in every time. Check with others in your class, if everyone has to log in each time see if there's something which can be done at college level to remain logged in.

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Could be the college set up. Individual licenses don't require logging in every time. Check with others in your class, if everyone has to log in each time see if there's something which can be done at college level to remain logged in.

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