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Hi,

I'm using Lion on a intel Core 2 Duo machine. I have two users created. One is Admin who has admin rights, the other is macuser who is standard user. I installed adobe CS5 suit when I login as Admin. Then I login as macuser, ran Adobe Bridge, it said, "Adobe Bridge quit unexpectedly". it worked fine when I login as admin, though. I don't know why?

Any help will be greatly appreciated!

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