I’ve installed the Connector, but I can’t open or place Libris files with it
You likely need to update your applications to Creative Cloud 2018, or their latest versions.
- Open the Adobe Creative Cloud application
- Update InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator to their latest versions
- After the updates have finished, uninstall the Libris CC Connector
- Reinstall the Libris CC Connector
- Retry opening or placing Libris files
My files are “Temporarily Unavailable”
Your session has expired and you need to log in again:
- Choose Log Out from the Connector flyout menu
- After the confirmation, open the flyout menu again and choose Log In
- Enter your Libris email and password
My Libris files are “Not Authorized” or “Inaccessible” in the InDesign Links window
If you’ve just re-opened an InDesign file you were working on earlier, your Libris files may be listed as “Not Authorized” in the Links window. This is normal; the links will update as soon as you start using the Libris CC Connector again.
I’ve installed the Connector and logged in, but I can’t see any of my Libris files
You don’t have Libris Admin or Editor access to that account.
I’ve installed the Connector, but I'm having an issue that's not covered above
If you find a bug or are having a reproducible problem, you may need to send a debugging log file to the Libris Client Services team. To get a log file:
- Open the Connector in the Adobe application you're experiencing the problem in
- Open the Connector flyout menu and click Preferences
- Turn on the Write to log file option, then close the Preferences panel
- Work through the steps that lead to the problem
- Retrieve the log file (e.g. Libris_log.txt) from the Connector files folder (e.g. Libris_connector_files) in your computer's Documents folder, and send it to Libris Client Services with a description of the issue you're experiencing
- Return to the Preferences panel and turn off the Write to Log File option
If you need to create a log for another problem, click the Clear Log File button in the Preferences panel, then repeat the logging process above.
Note: please do not leave the Write to Log File option turned on after you've sent the log file to Client Services. The logging process writes a lot of debugging information to disk, and Connector performance will suffer if it's left on.