Adobe Creative Cloud, subscription editions, go on sale
Posted 11 May 2012 - 07:02 AM
I found out about the uninstaller and, luckily, had a back up of the beta. I saw the Uninstall app -- actually a link to an 'Uninstall' folder in 'Library>Application Support>Adobe' -- and copied that folder to the same spot on my hard drive. I ran the program (a bizarro named file but, luckily, the only one with a bright red-icon) and it completely removed whatever I had left behind.
Because Adobe, at this point in time, just says NOT to just drag and trash the folder, as I did, and does not provide a standalone installer, I have posted a zipped up version of the Uninstaller folder for any dunderheads like me. NOTE: It opens the Adobe Application Manager (which should be there from when you installed CS6 Beta). without that application, this uninstaller will not work. Here is a link to the folder:
Posted 11 May 2012 - 09:10 AM
I've been trying to ascertain the same thing. It looks like the Touch Apps are NOT included in the Creative Cloud subscription, which disappointed me, because everything I read led me to believe they would be.
Instead, if you buy 3 of them (Photoshop touch is $9.99 - not sure about the others), you get an extra month of CC.
Creative Cloud is still a great deal, but I think Adobe should have included the Touch Apps with the package. I rarely do design work on my iPad, so they don't merit a separate purchase for me - I'm going to skip them.
Posted 11 May 2012 - 01:25 PM
They say they will give you a credit of one month for the Cloud service if you buy 3 of the touch apps. I know they have no control over the app stores, but the way they sold it leading to the launch implied you would get access to all of the apps. I think they should have to credit you for all of the touch apps if you purchase them. Not just the 3.
Posted 12 May 2012 - 05:50 AM
Here's one article that specifies that the cloud includes touch apps. Here's yet another article saying touch apps[/url] included.
It looks like touch apps are one time Apple Store purchases from what I can gather.
This post has been edited by OnPoint331: 12 May 2012 - 05:54 AM
Posted 12 May 2012 - 12:05 PM
Too bad. I liked the idea of it working like InDesign.