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Nope Must have the Creative Cloud app to run Creative Cloud. It verifies subscriptions. You really never need to actually launch the Creative Cloud application itself, but it has to be present on the system. And that's what all those processes are doing.. verifying your subscription... checking CC libraries... etc. It's not merely about updates. I'm not a ...


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To turn off the circle thing, open Control Panel and navigate to Hardware and Sound, then Change Pen Tablet Settings Then Pen Action > Press and Hold > Settings > turn off Enable Press and Hold. This will turn off the circle thing, but you still are going to get modifier keys under cursor, slowdowns and sometimes freezes — those are bugs of Windows Ink ...


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This is half an answer (for the Windows computers) and it may not work at all. Those settings will be saved in your preferences file. It also assumes the preferences files are similar enough to work on both platforms - but I simply don't know if it that is true. I have no idea where it is stored on a Mac, but in Windows 10, for Illustrator CC (2018) it's ...


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All you need to do is "shuffle" your single pages so they are set up in spreads: Note: You don't have to use a 2-page master if you don't need variations between the left and right pages. You can use the same master page for all pages if it is appropriate. The animation above, while showing the concept, was originally created to show how to handle ...


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This is indeed a setting in the preferences: Go to Photoshop > Preferences (Cmd+K; Edit > Preferences and Ctrl+K for Windows); In the General tab, untick 'Zoom Resizes Windows'; Click OK.


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It's done this for years in various versions. CS6 and earlier does this, and CC versions will if you are using the CPU preview. Since anything prior to CC used the CPU preview, I assume that's the cause. I can't speculate as to why it happens, but I can confirm it does happen if the CPU preview is in use. I don't honestly know why it matters much. It's ...


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