New bug wont let me edit documents, ends up being best feature so far!!
Your software has always been terrible, no surprise there. But today I opened the garbage referred to as Adobe Acrobat Pro DC and I encountered something conflicting. It seems as if Acrobat has decided I no longer have a subscription and can't edit pdfs. Clicking on my name in the corner sends me to a web page clearly showing my subscription to Acrobat Pro DC.
At first glance I thought this was a bug, and it probably is. But on further consideration I think this might actually be a feature. See in the past Acrobat Pro performed as expected. Start up, allow me to edit pdfs, crash, corrupt important documents, crash, and lose my company money with some of the most inefficient use of employee time in history. But now this new feature fixes all this!! I can't encounter the thousands of other bugs in this garbage software if it won't let me in! finger slowly points to temple and taps with grin on face
So thank you Adobe for being the George to my Lennie. Gently taking me into the woods and putting a bullet in my head before I venture forth and wreak havoc on my company's documents.
Marking this issue as resolved as there is no response from the user.
AdminRavi (Admin, Adobe) commented
My sincere apologies that Acrobat DC is not working for you. Could you please clarify your exact workflow and the issue you are facing. For debugging we would require log files from your machine. it would be helpful if you could share the below files via any file server like Acrobat.com/dropbox
Win: "%temp%" folder