So I was fortunate enough to update my laptop and now the desktop to an iMac Pro.
I have a license from Adobe that allows me to use the software on both computers of course,
however Edge Animate fails on High Sierra and will only run on my older 10.11 Mac Desktop or laptop.
I have signed out of the license on those two computers to use the Adobe suite on the new computers.
So now the dilemma is that I have several websites with much content from Adobe Edge
which by the way should never have been discontinued as it was the finest of all Adobe software ever
but the Adobe license isn't on with those computers.
Since they have abandoned Edge users like ripping their very soul out and stomping it onto the floor,
is there a way to still operate these older abandoned components on the older Mac without having to constantly
sign in and out of the license between the computers.
Actually I would prefer to see Adobe come to their senses and pickup the amazing software they provided when I decided
to purchase my adobe create suite license but then later just said nope you don't get this even though you paid for it.
But can they provide a means to operate the deprecated versions of Edge software without the sign in and sign out license issues?
The only way for you is to sign out to the problem computer and sign on with the one that has the working version of EA.
Sorry about the inconvenience. I wish Adobe has chosen to update the latest version to correct the problem with Sierra but there are not enough users for them to take the dev people out of other projects.
Good luck on your projects.
Is there a limit to the number of times I sign out of one of the current computers and log into the older one that can run Edge Animate?
I spent hundreds of hours learning and developing in Edge Animate and cannot for the life of me grasp why they felt that Animate CC can hold a candle to the quality Edge Animate created.
Not that I know.