Let us use your Applications offline
It used to work, but these times seem to be gone. How should we work on projects when we've no internet connection. How can I edit pictures when I'm in a train, car etc…
It should at least wait for 3-7 days before asking for a license check.
Ansoph West commented
Corrupt from the top down.
The best thing to do is dump Adobe. They are toxic. Ruining the creative field for artists since CC invaded, worse than any virus I've ever had. They've robbed all of us. Ruined a good thing. Time to end them.
Totally agree. It should wait for way longer. This is ridiculous.
Lisa P commented
As a design professional who does not always have stable internet, I must be able to work offline. This is ridiculous.
Kelvin Myles commented
Back to the greed and stupidity of these corporations that think they have the right to infest your computer with all of their online rubbish then force you to be online just to use the basic features.
I've used Adobe products for over 2 decades and they continue to treat users like idiots. time for a change when my annual renewal comes up.
Recently bought the complete Affinity suite for less than 2 months subscription - now I can work on my own terms and while I will miss some of the features at least I can do what I want when I want.
I am a land scape photographer and edit a lot on the road or even in a tent. it is essential that I at least get 3 to 5 days between online logins. My work flow has been completely interrupted by the asking for login every time I change or leave a wifi.
yes also most stupid thing... XD not working offline ??? Why adobe why :-(
Dan Petty commented
I've had similar issues using LightRoom Classic (the one that doesn't suck) offline. I don't mind the subscription model if I'm getting new features and updates but the way these apps behave if you aren't online is abysmal.