here's a weird one

Frank D. Engel, Jr. fde101 at fjrhome.net
Tue Sep 21 14:15:41 CDT 2004


Same thing here (OS X.3.5) -- interesting...

On Sep 21, 2004, at 2:35 PM, Chris Sheffield wrote:

> Okay, I’ve got a user of my application that’s having some weird 
> security
> issue.  He’s running OS X and trying to setup limitations for certain 
> user
> accounts on his computer.  Hopefully someone on this list is familiar 
> with
> this process and can offer suggestions.  When he checks my app to allow
> access to it, and then exits system preferences, it doesn’t stick, and 
> the
> user can’t run the application.  I tried it myself and got the same 
> results.
> So then I tried allowing access to the Revolution app itself but got 
> the
> same results.  All other OS X apps seem to work fine.  When checked, 
> the
> setting sticks.
>
> Can anyone think of why this might be?  It seems like any apps built 
> with
> Rev are not allowing this setting to stick.  Is there some kind of 
> flag that
> needs to be set in one of the plist files in the app bundle?  If 
> anyone has
> any insight to this, I would greatly appreciate it.
>
> Thanks,
>
>
> Chris Sheffield
> Software Development
> Read Naturally
> csheffield at readnaturally.com
>
>
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