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Required update for Version Cue 1.x Workspace

With the release of Mac OS X v.10.3.9, Apple has made changes to the way certain file permissions are handled by the operating system. Without this required update, a Version Cueᆴ 1.x Workspace installed on a computer running Mac OS X v.10.3.9 or later will no longer start up properly. This update addresses that problem and provides general improvements to Version Cue 1.x Workspace performance.

This update also addresses and resolves a security vulnerability that has been detected in Version Cue 1.x. See the security advisory for more information.

This update should be installed by all Mac OS X users of Version Cue 1.x.

File Information

Product Version Cue
Version All
Platform Macintosh
File Name VersionCue1.0Update1MacOSX.dmg
File Size 399KB
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System requirements

Refer to the current Macintosh system requirements for Adobeᆴ Creative Suite Premium and Standard editions.

Installation Instructions

On any computer that has Version Cue Workspace 1.x installed, follow these instructions:

1. Download the updater.
2. Double-click the downloaded file (this will mount a Mac OS X disk image and open its window).
3. In the window that has just opened, you will find an Updater application and ReadMe instructions in various languages.
4. Double-click the Updater application to update Version Cue.
5. Unmount the disk image when the updater is completed.

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