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Q: I am having some problems with Captivate reviewer permissions and was directed to the following solution of James' blog, but I'm having trouble implementing it. Is there a simpler solution or has Adobe released a patch?
In order to execute the step entitled "Assign write permission to owners and groups", you need to enable the root user. In addition, you need to add the "sudo" command before the following steps in this section:
sudo chmod -R o+w Adobe\ Captivate\ Reviewer\ 2.0.app
sudo chmod -R g+w Adobe\ Captivate\ Reviewer\ 2.0.app
You can disable the root user when you're done with updating permissions.
A: Unfortunately, there is no patch. This is not an Adobe issue, but rather an issue with the way that Apple allows UNIX permissions within its file systems. For most cases, this is a good thing, but for this one case, it backfires. Just so you're aware, the issue persists in Captivate 5.5 as well.
This is the Adobe tech note on the problem:
My solution is a bit easier to follow, frankly.
Here is how to enable the root user on a Mac:
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