I installed every app offered by Creative Cloud using the Application Manager and everything went smoothly (great job, Adobe!).
After that, however, launching Edge and Muse will occasionally prompt their own independent AIR-based updates. When those updates are run, launching the Application Manager again shows Edge and Muse as not installed because the Creative Cloud versions are out of sync (I guess) with the latest updates. Clicking "install" again overwrites the newer version with the original download, which obviously creates an infinite loop situation.
Shouldn't Application Manager be either handling or recognizing the Edge and Muse updates?
Thanks for posting about this Geoff, are you still seeing this?
I was also wondering
What operating system are you working on?
What version of AIR is coming up that is causing the issue?
I am on Mac OS 10.8.1. I am still seeing it.
It wasn't an update to the AIR framework itself (sorry if that was unclear) but rather the updates to Edge and Muse that those programs handle independently (as opposed to the updates to Photoshop, Premiere Pro, etc. that are handled by Application Manager).
When I first installed Creative Cloud, I went down the list in the Application Manager and, eventually, everything said "Installed." Now, after launching Edge and Muse (and them performing their own updates), when I go back to Application Manager they have an "Install" link which downloads the previous version. It's like Application Manager doesn't recognize they are there any longer.
I may just be manifesting my OCD tendencies, but it's a bit annoying.