thx for reply me so quickly.
I know the price of CC, but as a Chinese user, I can not buy it.
I can not buy it from Chinese Adobe official site(cause CC is not launch in China，see below), nor from the HK/TW/US site(cause my Adobe ID' location is China).
Hope you can understand my problem, and submit this problem to your management.
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We sincerely apologize for the lack of Creative Cloud availability and we would also like to inform you that we are continuing to evaluate offering CC in additional countries.
I met the same problem with you. And do you have better solution?
No better solution yet, just wait...
Don't be so eager to get CC! I'm a long time Adobe user and I've worked south of you in Xiamen. CC2015 is the buggiest, least backwardly compatible release of Adobe's products I have ever used. I want to return to CS6. Most of my desire to regress is my need to work with Chinesew Designers all still using CS6.
Even when I save the files back to CS6, the artists in Xiamen complain that the files are difficult to work on.
You can google: "Adobe CS2015, bounding box" to get an idea of the problems they face. Layers disappear and bounding boxes seem to replicate with a mind of their own. I used to LOVE drawing with Illustrator. Now it's a chore. And they've absolutely ruined the keyboard shortcuts for the pen tool.
I'm convinced that not all of the problems are Adobe's. It does seem to me that Apple, Adobe and Wacom are no longer working as well together as they had in the past.
At any rate you will find that CS2015 is massively reliant on connection to the internet, which, in Xiamen at least, was a real problem. On my last trip CS2015 flipped into guest mode. Nothing I could do to fix it and, as you know, contacting Adobe tech support from there is not practical. Lucky I came home to Los Angeles before the 30 trial period expired.
Part of the problem is Chinese security, part of is the under-developed yet massively used internet system.
No matter. The real issue with CS2015 is that it is constantly being updated by different parts of Adobe and they don't seem to talk to each other. So one bug is fixed while 2 more pop up and you have almost NO control of it. In the mean time Illustrator and Photoshop work more slowly, with more crashing, than I've ever experienced!
This is not the solution. Adobe CS6 relies on Java 6 which has been dropped support by macOS since Sierra.