Store those mogrts in a CC Library that your laptop also accesses. Typically after you've used them on that laptop while connected to wifi, they're now on the local file storage for that Library also. Test this out.
thank you so much - you sent me on a search for how to do this which brought me to Sharing essential graphic mogrt files and after looking through that I realize that my library syncing in the Creative Cloud app is off for some reason most likely to do with my being an idiot. I have a feeling that once that syncs from the desktop my laptop will find it.
In case anyone else sees this post: Creative Cloud App / Assets / Files.... and: 3 Dots Top Right / Preferences / Creative Cloud Sync on or off...
Well - standby. It looks like the motion graphics it's syncing may be old Titler style stuff.
- Create your shared CC Library.
- Right-click on a Mogrt in the EGP.
- Select "Copy to Library" and select that shared library.
Now, any computer with a shared access to that library will have that mogrt in the Library panel, mogrt section.
Also ... this might be useful ... Jarle Leirpoll sort of created the mogrt's thing a few years back, recently wrote a book on it which the Adobe folks though was so useful on reviewing it for accuracy they bought it out and published it on their website ... I do note, I was the language proof-reader and a tester off all the steps discussed.
Leirpoll ebook, Making Mogrts: https://adobe.ly/makemogrtsAnd may help you.Neil
Thank you! I'm golden now. I really appreciate it. Off to check out making morgrts!