Our company has been utilizing Adobe Stock for a few years now but we're really starting to use CC Libraries. One issues I've run into is packaging my files in InDesign. I know the problem lies within the names used by the Adobe Stock images when pulled from CC Libraries. They use whatever the owner put in for the name instead of the ID number. This means some of the names are over 100 characters long or have invalid sybmols (like /).
My question is this: is there a way - without having to download all the images - to bypass the file names the Stock owner's used and just use the Stock ID?
So instead of using this file name: Pretty petite young woman smiling happily at the camera.jpg it uses AdobeStock_12345678 or just the ID number?
Any help is much appreciated. It's incredibly frustrating utilizing what Adobe has created only for it to not catch those errors. It'd be great if they would impose a character limit (they may already, I'm unsure) and make any special characters invalid.
Hey @EvilBugQueen1 ,
I knew they could be renamed in the Libraries and that's actually what I've been using as a workaround. We have close to a thousand images licensed already and will add more as time goes on. I was really hoping there was simply a setting I could toggle off but I'm sure it's not that easy.
Thank you though!