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How do I sign out and log in as another Adobe user?

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Oct 24, 2010

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How to sign out and log in to Adobe forums as another Adobe user on the same computer?

I want to let someone else use my computer to post in the forums using his Adobe account and user name. He can sign in using his account but once he gets to the forums this site reverts to my user name.  So, is it possible a person to sign in using different computes and keep track of his messages anywhere?

Hi there

I believe you have to visit the main forums page at http://forums.adobe.com/index.jspa and click the Logout link on the right side. I think there are two logins. One for the forums and one for Adobe.com.

Cheers... Rick

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How do I sign out and log in as another Adobe user?

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How to sign out and log in to Adobe forums as another Adobe user on the same computer?

I want to let someone else use my computer to post in the forums using his Adobe account and user name. He can sign in using his account but once he gets to the forums this site reverts to my user name.  So, is it possible a person to sign in using different computes and keep track of his messages anywhere?

Hi there

I believe you have to visit the main forums page at http://forums.adobe.com/index.jspa and click the Logout link on the right side. I think there are two logins. One for the forums and one for Adobe.com.

Cheers... Rick

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Hi there

I believe you have to visit the main forums page at http://forums.adobe.com/index.jspa and click the Logout link on the right side. I think there are two logins. One for the forums and one for Adobe.com.

Cheers... Rick

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OK, thanks that worked.

However, having Sign in button at the top right and Logout button at the middle of the page is a very poor design job from Adobe that can confuse people. Naturally one searches from top left to right in rows in a rows layout design and after I saw the Sign in button I didn't bother looking further down for other sign in/log out options which is even more challenging on my 30 inch screen where I have plenty of other windows displayed.

Sorry for the rant, but I'm a graphic designer and art director myself and will never allow such low quality design for much smaller businesses than Adobe.

http://img411.imageshack.us/img411/1962/adobesignin.jpg

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emil emil wrote:

...having Sign in button at the top right and Logout button at the middle of the page is a very poor design job from Adobe that can confuse people. Naturally one searches from top left to right in rows in a rows layout design and after I saw the Sign in button I didn't bother looking further down for other sign in/log out options which is even more challenging on my 30 inch screen where I have plenty of other windows displayed.

Sorry for the rant, but I'm a graphic designer and art director myself and will never allow such low quality design for much smaller businesses than Adobe


Some of us have been complaining for the poor design and for the many bugs of the site since this new version of the forums was in its trial version. However, we have not seen many important changes  since then, except for the number very knowledgeable contributors we have lost in between.

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