I'm running Adobe CC on Mac OS X Yosemite. I've got variations on the same problem, but the main thrust is: I can't move objects.
More detailed: I booted up InDesign this morning and started working in it. All of a sudden, I couldn't move any of my objects. Can't resize them, can't drag them, nothing. So I look up the issue and this is an ongoing problem apparently. I have done the following:
• Held down Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Command before the launch screen to delete preferences (didn't work)
• Manually found the Preferences and Caches folder and renamed them (didn't work)
• Uninstalled Illustrator, InDesign and Photoshop, then reinstalled (didn't work)
• Restarted my computer after doing the first two (this worked for five minutes until I opened a browser window, and then the problem was back.
The next step I would've taken is uninstalling CC and all the applications, clearing the software, and reinstalling everything. Except now I'm being told I can't uninstall CC. Because it's in use. When it's not.
Look, Adobe, I like the product. But this is bulls***. I've done everything everyone on every message board has done to solve the problem, and it hasn't fixed this. I need the CC in order to maintain job performance. I also need to use the Internet at the same time. This shouldn't be hard.
This is an open forum with a mix of program users and Adobe staff, not Adobe support... you need Adobe support
Adobe contact information - http://helpx.adobe.com/contact.html may help
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I an sorry for the problem you are facing. Please check if you have Pushbullet extension installed on Firefox or Chrome. If you have try to uninstall it and reboot the machine and check.
If that does not work try creating a new Administrator user and check the performance of the application.