Learn what to do when the Libraries panel doesn't load or when you experience the "Something went wrong initializing Creative Cloud Libraries" error.

Notă:

If you uninstall the Creative Cloud Desktop app and reinstall it as part of some troubleshooting, the Libraries panel inside a Creative Cloud desktop app may stop working. To resolve the problem, see Libraries panel stopped working.

Error "Something went wrong initializing Creative Cloud Libraries"

When attempting to use the Creative Cloud Libraries in supported desktop applications, the panel doesn't load and returns the following error:

Something went wrong initializing Creative Cloud Libraries.

Libraries panel doesn't load
Error 'Something went wrong initializing Creative Cloud Libraries.'

How to work around the error

Adobe engineering is currently working to address this issue. In the meantime, the following workarounds allow you to use the feature until a more permanent solution becomes available.  

Relaunch the Creative Cloud Library

  1. Close any open Adobe products that use Libraries, including:

    • Photoshop
    • Illustrator
    • InDesign
    • Premiere Pro
    • Adobe After Effects

  2. Open Creative Cloud desktop app from the icon in your taskbar.

  3. Use the following keyboard shortcuts:

    • macOS: Command+Option+R
    • Windows: Ctrl+Alt+R

    This relaunches Creative Cloud and all its support processes, including Creative Cloud Libraries.

  4. Relaunch the Adobe product in which you received the Libraries error.

Recreate the Libraries cache

  1. Close all Creative Cloud applications. 

  2. Sign out of your account in Creative Cloud desktop app. 

    See Deactivate your app from your desktop in Activate and deactivate Adobe Creative Cloud apps.

  3. Navigate to the following folder.

    • macOS: Users/library/Application Support/Adobe/
    • Windows: C:\Users\[Your User Name]\AppData\Roaming\Adobe

    Notă:

  4. Delete the Creative Cloud Libraries folder.

  5. Log into your account in Creative Cloud desktop app and relaunch the Adobe product in which you received the Libraries error.

    See Activate your app in Activate and deactivate Adobe Creative Cloud apps.

Ensure that your hosts file is properly set up

  1. Navigate to the following folder:

    • macOS: /etc
    • Windows: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc

    Notă:

    macOS: This folder is normally hidden. In Finder, choose Go > Go to Folder. Then, type in "/etc" (without quotes) and click the Go button.

  2. Open the hosts file (in a simple text editor like Notepad or TextEdit).

  3. Verify that you do not have any Adobe websites listed. If any are listed, you can delete them or add # at the beginning of the line to comment them out.

    For example, change: 

    127.0.0.1 activate.adobe.com

    to

    #127.0.0.1 activate.adobe.com

  4. Verify that you have the following line and that it is not commented out (does not have # at the beginning): 

    127.0.0.1 localhost

  5. (Optional) Use the Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool to repair your hosts file. To read instructions, see Use the Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool to solve installation problems.

Configure your proxy to work with Libraries

macOS X

If your network is managed via Auto proxy discovery or Automatic proxy configuration, see Configuration of proxy by a network administrator.

  1. Open System Preferences from the Apple menu.

  2. Select Network.

    Configure your proxy on Mac to work with Libraries - Step 2
  3. Click Advanced.

    Configure your proxie on Mac to work with Libraries - Step 3
  4. Select the Proxies tab.

  5. Ensure that the option Exclude Simple Hostnames is selected.

    Configure your proxie on Mac to work with Libraries - Step 5

Windows 10

If your network is managed via Automatically detect settings or Use setup script, see Configuration of proxy by a network administrator.

  1. In the search box, type Change proxy settings and open the corresponding search result.

    Configure your proxy settings on Win 10 to work with Libraries - Step 1
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the Proxy Settings dialog box and ensure that the option Don't use proxy server for local (intranet) addresses is selected.

    Configure your proxy on Win 10 to work with Libraries - Step 2

Windows 7

If you network is managed via Automatically detect settings or Use automatic configuration script, see Configuration of proxy by a network administrator.

  1. Choose Start > All Programs > Internet Explorer.

  2. Click the Tools icon (Gear icon in IE 9+) and choose Internet Options from the menu.

    Configure your proxy on Win 7 to work with Libraries - Step 1
  3. Go to the Connections tab and click LAN settings.

    Configure your proxy on Win 7 to work with Libraries - Step 3
  4. Ensure that the Bypass proxy server for local addresses option is selected.

    Configure your proxy on Win 7 to work with Libraries - Step 4

Configuration of proxy by a network administrator

If your network is managed by a network administrator using the Auto proxy discovery or Automatic proxy configuration options on macOS or Automatically detect settings or Use automatic configuration script on Windows, this section describes how to enable Creative Cloud Libraries.

Ask your organization's network administrator to perform the following steps:

  1. Open the PAC/WPAD proxy configuration file.

  2. Ensure that the following setting is present:

    FindProxyForURL(url, host)
    if (isInNet(host, "127.0.0.1", "255.255.255.255")) {
         return "DIRECT";
    }

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