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"nevereasy2" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I've done it!!! More than 7 years making an application for English
> LIteracy of
> all things. And it works. I'm so pleased.
> I've just been testing it on a school network and I have another
> I copied the application (which is a director movie, about 6 linked
> castes and
> hundreds of shockwaved movies) to a server and I can open it on any
> computer ... wonderful!
> BUT ... I can only open it on 1 computer at a time because it says
> the library
> is already in use by another user ....
> Just read it more carefully and it says opened with 'write
> permissions' by
> another user. Will this solve my problem?
> Sometimes I just pretend to write on this forum and it works, I
> solve the
> problem by just typing it up and explaining it in detail. As I have
> just gone
> to a log of trouble to log in here I'm not going to waste it, I'm
> going to tell
> you all about it!!
> I will let you know of the next exciting episode ... meanwhile fell
> free to
there write permission might be the cause.
You can set the casts (and movie) to read-only so more than one user
can access it at the same time.
thanks Richard, I thought this would be easy, but ... where do I turn off 'write permission'? I've looked everywhere (well obviously I've missed something).
Could someone please help me by telling me where I can turn off the write permission on the linked libraries?
Right-click all the files involved, go to Properties and select the
"Read only" attribute check-box
Thank you! I was looking inside director.