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  1. Can any one offer me any wise advice on this: I've always had slight difficulties uploading images to Adobe Stock though the Publish Services often getting the message that I'm not signed in to the Creative Cloud - when I defintely am. I have usually been able to solve this by logging off from the Creative Cloud and then logging back on. I can then Publish. I updated my Lightroom Classic CC a couple of days ago to 7.3. and apart from once yesterday, I can't now seem to publish to Adobe Stock at all. I keep getting the message that I must be signed into the Creative Cloud: which I definitely am. I've tried logging off and logging on to the Creative Cloud; closing down LR and restarting it; and re-booting my iMac. Nothing, so far, has worked. Anyone got any bright ideas? Thanks!
  2. Hi all, I have just posted a news article about Adobe's announcement that it plans to only offer subscription based access to its programs in future on the front page: http://wetpixel.com/articles/adobe-creates-a-furore-over-its-creative-cloud-plans It would be good to get people's reactions to this, either on here, or even better, via the comments (Disqus) feature on the front page! Adam
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