Running a Late-2014 5k iMac with El Capitan 10.11.3 and Safari 9.0.3. Opened Lightroom 6.5 today and got a pop up about Lightroom having permission issues and followed the guidelines to enable read & write access to "everyone" on 3 specific Library folders.
But what I have noticed since doing so is that when I am in Safari, if I want to clear my cookies, there are these same 8 items which won't remove. They reappear as soon as i remove/delete/clear them. And even with the Develop tab in Safari toolbar to clear cache, they remain.
I have to guess this is in relation to the folder permissions that I had to do to fix the issue with Adobe Lightroom not opening. But is this the small price I have to pay for doing so, or is there a way to remove/delete these items?
- adobe.com (cache)
- adobedtm.com (cache)
- abodelogin.com (cache)
- apple.com (cache)
- demdex.net (cache)
- ipercpetions.com (cache)
- omtdrc.net (cache)
- typekit.net (cache)
The issue for me isn't getting Lightroom to work. I changed the permissions in Step 2 (since the repair permissions link did not work). The issue for me is suddenly I have these 8 items in my Safari cookies section which won't delete no matter how many times I try to remove them, delete them, clear them, etc. And they only appeared after altering the folder permissions.