Problème de synchronisation indesign polices : ordi fixe-ordi portable

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Jul 21, 2021 Jul 21, 2021

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Bonjour à tous et à toutes,

Depuis le début de mon abonnement à adobe, je rencontre des problêmes de synchronisation entre mon ordinateur fixe (imac) et mon ordinateur portable (mackbook pro) sur adobe indesign.

Pour être plus précis lorsque je travail sur mon ordinateur fixe avec un fichier, que je le sauvegarde, que je ferme le fichier et que je l'ouvre sur mon ordinateur portable j'ai des erreurs de synchronisation des polices. Certaines polices sont manquantes.

Pour information je sauvegarde tout mes fichiers sur dropbox. Peut être que mon problême peut venir du "créative cloud files" car son emplacement sur l'ordi fixe et sur l'ordi portable est différent.

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Jul 22, 2021 Jul 22, 2021

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Bonjour, est ce que les polices sont des polices Adobe Font ou des polices installées sur les oridnateurs et gérées par un utilitaire ou le livre des polices ?

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Jul 22, 2021 Jul 22, 2021

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For information I save all my files on dropbox. Maybe my problem can come from the "creative cloud files" because its location on the fixed computer and on the portable computer is different.

 

Your Creative Cloud subscription provides a syncing service that is similar to Dropbox—the files you save inside of the Creative Cloud Files folder sync to the Adobe cloud server and any computer you log into with your Adobe account.

 

The Adobe Cloud app lets you change the default location of the Creative Cloud Files sync folder (Preferences>Syncing>Folder Loaction), so it looks like you have it at the default location on one computer, and changed the file path to inside of your Dropbox folder on the other.  But, you don’t have any files saved in your Creative Cloud Files folder, so nothing is syncing to the Adobe server—you are using Dropbox, and not Adobe to sync.

 

The InDesign files you sync to Dropbox would look to the computer’s system for the fonts, so they need to be installed on both computers. Alternatively you can use AdobeType fonts, which will sync to your account when they are activated at fonts.adobe.com

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