I read the subject and couldn't figure out what you're asking, then I read the content and it got no better.
Invite himself to what?
A user of what?
Are you asking for help? Asking how you can get an Adobe support person to log onto your machine with you and help you with a problem?
A user to what? This forum? Any admin or moderator has the privliage to be a user. There isn't anything stoping them, why should it, they run it. The rules are set by them.
LOL, sometimes I wonder if you have a little too much time on your hands.
Never change, Trevor.
I'm in the middle of a big project right now, so did think twice before doing the above, but when the ideas come, they demand to be realised. I also work quite quickly, although I changed the image after uploading it, to improve the bottom half. As you can imagine, the Twilight Zone font was easy to find.
Incidentally, I' revisiting old HDR sets using ACR on the 32 bit file, and had some issues. Better if I start a new thread methinks.
Sometimes, one has to just step back from a project, have a drink, have a smoke, walk the dog, or create a neat movie poster - that'll often get them back on track, and refocused.
PS - WELL DONE!!!!
PPS - Does anyone know yet, what the question is?
Bill Hunt wrote:
...Does anyone know ... what the question is?
I know the answer is 37. You might think it's 42, but I have a telescope and have photographed it myself...
The OP is asking a question regarding Creative Cloud Team membership. She asked it over in the Creative Cloud forum, which is a better place to get answers to her subscription licensing question.
If she wants some early morning image madness, then she can return her. ;-)
Early morning? The time in California is 7:50pm as I type this, and 4:50PM here in NZ.
Blimey, I forgot to take my anti-pedant pills.
I did wonder if she was referring to a Teams subscription, but it is still impossible to work out her meaning. I guess the point — as inferred by my above lapse into pedantry — is that it is a big world, and different time zones is the very least of the diversity of Photoshop users. Heck… Just look at those strange Mac users!
Excellent image Trevor.
So as a user for the team membership, I would think that would be a good thing if an Adobe employee was a user of that team. Talk about getting help.
I never had a team membership, so I guess I am out of the conversation.