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    Acrobat 9 on network profiles
    On OSX 10.5 Acrobat 9 can run when the computer is logged in locally, however when the computer is logged into a network account acrobat tends to freeze. After creating a non-admin local account and then trying acrobat it also worked, so it has something to do with the way OSX and Acrobat 9 handle network accounts. It is a Power PC based G5. Any thoughts on how to fix this? Does the non-intel chip make a differenbce? When looking on the interweb it seems that the program is designed to run on 10.5 on Intel based systems, so would it being Power PC based make a difference? It works when it is on a local account so I just don't know.

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    no one has any ideas?

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    hello crytion,

    we have the same problem on intel macs (mac pro).
    do you have any solution so far?

    andreas

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