[nycbug-talk] Problem with Mac OS X

Scott Robbins scottro at nyc.rr.com
Thu Mar 16 13:22:47 EST 2006

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On Thu, Mar 16, 2006 at 12:28:11PM -0500, Kit Halsted wrote:
> Log in as root, or maybe just an admin user, then run all the Adobe apps. (Just 
> open 'em, then quit.) Log out. Log back in as designer & see if it works. Also 
> try updating all of the Adobe apps w/ the Adobe updater app. After updating, 
> run them as admin/root again. (Any time you update Adobe apps on OS X, run them 
> as root first.)
> Not sure if that will solve your problems, it could be a corrupted account, but 
> it's a start & it fixes a lot of glitchy stuff with Adobe products.

Bless you Kit, doing that fixed it.  Firstly, I logged in as
Administrator, then, I ran the Adobe Updater.  After that, I opened and
closed the various CSII apps.

I then logged in as the user and everything was fine. 

I had Brad's suggestion next in line but this time, it wasn't necessary.
However, Brad, I'm sure, knowing our users, that it will be handy sooner
or later, and will make me look good.

Once again, this list has made me look good at work, and I thank both of

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