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Unable to access Input Managers folder


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Whenever I try to access the Input Managers folder, I get the following error message:

The folder “InputManagers” can’t be opened because you don’t have permission to see its contents.

I am the administrator, and I cannot find any options in the system settings that would allow/deny me access to this folder. Can anyone help?
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Select the folder and show its info (command+i), is there a admin entry in the permissions?
If not you need to add them via the + on the bottom, then choose Administrators and add them.

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That worked! Thanks so much!
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