Empty cloud document cache
my local drive is filled with the cache of previously opened cloud documents. why is the cache not cleared automatically?
Sorry for the delay on this. Do you happen to remember the directory you deleted?
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Milan Manojlovic commented
This is soo big issue. My Mac Book disk is full and I cant do anything with this. I have over 250GB of this files since I am working on big projects. Where is optimisation Adobe?
when i open a XD file locally then the file gets cached/copied here:
/Users/Username/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Adobe XD
several folders are getting created. (Example of those folders in the screenshot.) The marked folders have 2GB in total. If don't delete them then there are more and more of those folders after some time.
and if i open a cloud document then those files are cached under:
/Users/Username/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Adobe XD/CloudToLocalMRUCache
When I close XD then those folders don't get deleted.
My hard drive on my Macbook was almost completely full. After a short search in my file directory I found out that Adobe XD had filled up about 50GB with cache. I was then able to remove the unnecessary files manually.
It would be nice if there was a possibility to empty this cache in the program. Similar to the other Adobe programs.