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    6 comments  ·  Acrobat for Windows and Mac » User Interface  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Anonymous commented  · 

    I think the explanation is the following : my Adobe Enterprise ID does not include access to Adobe's Document Cloud, most probably for data protection reasons. Is there a way to get back to the previous, purely "local Hard Drive", system ? If not, it would be a good idea to let users of future versions specify which way they work : with or without signing in the Document Cloud.

    Anonymous commented  · 

    Thank you. This was my guess too. I'm always surprised that data on clouds is considered better protected as far as privacy is concerned, than on the local hard drive, but anyway...
    Is there a way to be automatically connected at startup, instead of manually ? I don't have to log on Creative Cloud with the other apps. Why is it so with Acrobat ?

    Anonymous commented  · 

    MacOS 10.15 Catalina
    Acrobat Pro DC 2019.021.20048
    Adobe Enterprise ID (eric.pebret@sncf.fr)

    It appears that the list is not actually emptied at startup : I have tried closing the app, then the OS, and it still shows the files I opened this morning (see scrennshot). I can no longer see any of the files I opened last week, or the weeks before, though (wherein all my commonly used files could be easily found, using the search function).

    This part of Acrobat's previous versions worked perfectly fine, I can only regret them...

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