This morning I tried to access the Adobe Forums and realised that they are under maintenance.
After about one hour I could log in again.
To my surprise the log-in page was layouted differently than before. And also its language changed from English to German (my locale language). But also with that the language of all relevant UI elements in the forums.
No big thing, but I'd prefer English for my user interface of the forums.
How can I change that back to English?
(In case I want to make screenshots to communicate in an international fasion…)
It's in the preferences of my avatar at the top bar of the forums.
Changed that back to English.
It was reading like that: "- - - - - - " (indetermined)
Now I channged it to:
Here a screenshot:
Did not look into my forum preferences for a long time…
Yes, this was part of a localization update we did last night. Glad you got it sorted- let me know if you have any other questions!
The only button that should be clickable is the blue button at the bottom. Everything else is just informative, not meaning to be clicked.
Hope this helps,
Yes, it does help, thanks. But of course, when I saw that there were no working links in any of the ítems in sight, I never thought of scrolling down to the bottom of the page. And it doesn't look very useful/helpful to have an "informative" page only to take one here Contact Customer Care ... if one finds the blue button.