Ive recently got back in my activities (I just discovered its going down) and I had a website powered with muse, but my licenses expired last year. How can I get It back with out having to purchase the all app deal? Or what's the solution? (Can't believe its going down, such a useful tool, something no other program could give me).
Muse is end of life and you can't purchase it as a stand alone app anyway... in most senarios that would be against the law here in Australia
if you want an all apps subscription talk to Adobe but otherwise its prob time to look for one of the many other web site design options around. I like Muse and know this isn't what you want to hear but tossing good money away after bad is not going to make it better mate
Sadly, no. There is no option to purchase Muse other than an All Apps CC Plan.
You could use a dedicated FTP client like Filezilla to download the source files from your remote server to your local hard drive. Then use a genuine code editor such as Dreamweaver, Pinegrow, Atom, VS Code, etc... to work with the native web files. For non-coders, this could very well be a show stopper.
If Muse is end of life, Adobe should make it freeware like Acrobat Reader. Alternatively they should include it with every paid plan available (Photoshop, all single app plans). Forcing people to buy the full Creative Cloud plan for maintaining websites created with Muse is crazy.
Moving to an alternative tool is definitely recommended, but only for new website projects, not for maintaining websites for small businesses (at least for 2 - 3 years it should still work).