I use Kobo, and Overdrive for the library, and other sources when I read DRM protected ebooks. All require Adobe Digital Editions, and I am happy to oblige. In the past it has worked quite well. But I now am completely unable to open ADE (see initial entry). Naturally I went to Adobe support for service since ADE is their product. After spending some slow time with support, wherever that is, I was told that they are not able to assist with my problem and that I would certainly get some great assistance on the forums. After 10 days I've had no response on the forum. So what good was that? I'm not complaining about the forum members because I may have poorly stated the problem, or maybe this is a problem with no solution. Or maybe this is the incorrect forum. But does it make sense that I now find myself unable to read the books that I DID pay for because a third party company with a virtual monopoly on software required to control DRM doesn't work? Is there any alternative? As an avid photographer considering a subscription to Adobe's Photoshop etc cloud-ware I must seriously question the wisdom of using a company that does not provide support for all of its products.
Adobe Communities....huh. Nearly a month and not a peep. I guess it shouldn't be a surprise given this after I download digital editions I cannot open file which hasn't had a response in a much longer time.
I created a new Adobe ID. Nothing changed.