I was using a 30 day trial that I began today with Creative Cloud. I opened up InDesign after a few times of using it, and all of a sudden, I get a message that my launch limit was reached and that my trial is over. The trial's only been going on for a few hours, and there was never a notification that there would be a launch limit, only that I would be able to try it out for 30 days? Is this a glitch or just something that's hidden in the terms and conditions?
Ok. The only thing I did was downlaod the software with the trial and use it. There was the standard warning every opening, "You have only 30 days left, subscribe now." But no warnings about launch limits till this last time. This has only happened with InDesign so far. Is there any way to fix this? Also, does anyone know if a free month is included with a student Creative Cloud subscription? The others do, but it doesn't really go into detail of what's included with a student Creative Cloud membership.
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Mylenium, you are quite the snot! This happened to me, and I did nothing but download the trial software and use it once - on the day I downloaded it. I then got the message it had expired. So get off your arrogant high horse and if you can't help, get out of the forum.
Kbrewer423@yahoo.com per the document which Mylenium referenced it is completely possible for your trial to expire early by any of those methods listed within. I would recommend either trying the trial on another system or if it is was a single point product you were trying you can try installing a suite which contains the software. It is likely though that whatever on your system caused the trial to expire early will affect any new installations of trial software as well.
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