I was just doing some testing on the new BC Manager (MacOS 10.12 Sierra) and when I tried to "save as" my presets it came a pop up message saying the "File is not writable". Do you know why is this message showing?
Which folder are you trying to save your presets to?
In my experience, MacOS (in particular Finder) can do weird lock-ups of folders and files that it wrongly deems "part of the OS".
So you may want to check whether the folder you want to save to is read-only, or try to save to another folder.
Another potential problem: does the file you're trying to save already exist? And if so, is it read-only?
You can check folder and file permissions from a terminal window:
Returns the current folder.
Changes the current folder to path.
Lists the contents of the current folder.
The third column specifies the owner of the subfolder or file: this should be your user name.
The first column specifies the permissions: "drwx" etc.; d=directory; r=readable; w=writable; x=executable.
In the first column, the first group of three "rwx" character subcolumns indicates what the owner can do to the subfolder or file.
So to have full access to a subfolder, the first column should start with "drwx"; and a file should start with "-rw-".
You should also look out for any "@" at the end of the first column: this indicates one or more "extra attributes".
In my experience "com.apple.Finder" is very popular.
It often helps to remove these extra attributes; you can use the xattr command to check and remove these. xattr --help will tell you more.
Hope this helps,
Just moved it to another place and it worked.Thanks!
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