Mac can't sleep while Bridge CC 2019 is open, maybe due to Adobe Cloud
Running Mojave 10.14.2 and Bridge CC 2019. I have noticed that when I put my Mac Pro 2009 to sleep at night it will not stay in sleep and will wake up a few seconds after I activate the sleep command. This only happens if Bridge is running. I am guessing it is due to Bridge being logged into Adobe Cloud or some network. I need the ability to disable Bridge 2019 from automatically logging into Adobe Cloud whenever I startup the app. Please make a preference option to disable Cloud login.
For those new to this thread, I also posted it as a bug here: https://adobebridge.uservoice.com/forums/905377-report-bugs/suggestions/37688428-bridge-prevents-screen-saver-and-sleep-on-mac
Glad you found a solution, but the fact that you needed to is beyond ridiculous. Adobe, please live up to your sustainability values and let our computers go to sleep!
This is still a problem because whenever Bridge gets an update it recreates the Launch Agents and Daemons. Adobe needs to fix the problem of not being able to put the computer to sleep when Bridge is running.
I have a solution. I don't use Adobe Cloud services at all. So I deleted all Adobe files located in both sets of LaunchAgents and LaunchDaemons folders, in main Library and User Library folders. Now I can put my Mac Pro to sleep without having to quit Adobe Bridge and my Mac remains in sleep.
I credit this post for assisting:
How to completely disable all CC daemons in my system?, https://forums.adobe.com/thread/2447356
Maybe logging out from Adobe Creative Cloud App before putting computer to sleep mode will help?