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Karl, you are visiting the incorrect path. The path you are visiting is in your home directory, i.e.,
the one that you want is instead just called
and does __not__ include the /Users/your_username/ prefix. i.e., you need to be going to the system (shared) path, not the per-user path.
That worked. Thanks. I am a Mac newbie and never realized that there were two paths with similar names. Thanks again!
No problem. I went through the same process not long ago. :-)
It's one of the most common mistakes related to ACR in the Mac world.
Wish the instructions, tech notes, FAQs, etc., said something more explicit even if redundant like:
NOTE: that is the ROOT LEVEL Library, not your user Library.
Ramon- Wow! Bold, italic, color AND capitalization. Tell us how you really feel. At least you didn't use the 100 font size you've used in the test Forum.
:) Seriously, that's the whole point of the forum preview, to stress it to the max to see what it can and cannot do. For instance:
The new forum supports blinking text, just like this forum here does!
Dave B, <br /> <br /> I know it looks like overkill, but seeing how often users look at the wrong Library, it's worth considering doing it like that in the instructions. <br /> <br /> Either that or include a screen shot: <br /> <br />c <a href="http://www.pixentral.com/show.php?picture=1xn9dddbM4YzTIeI35YLJUDYU51Qnd" /></a> <img alt="Picture hosted by Pixentral" src="http://www.pixentral.com/hosted/1xn9dddbM4YzTIeI35YLJUDYU51Qnd_thumb.jpg" border="0" /> <br />c Click on thumbnail and scroll horizontally. <br />c This shows version 5.1 of the ACR plug-in. It's the same path for 5.3 or any future versions of ACR 5.x.
Ramon- Agreed, in part. I like your example in post #7, but not post #6. There are too many people, here, who would "shout" rather than be constructive.
#6 was not "an example", Dave, just a motivational hint. ;)
I'm kind of surprised that Firefox shows the blinking text. I thought most browsers filtered that out.
Firefox, Netscape and Camino show the blinking text. As Kath points out, it may have been a feature introduced by Netscape. Mozilla is the common denominator for the three.
> Firefox, Netscape and Camino show the blinking text.
But, at least with Firefox, the is probably