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  1. macOS 13 Ventura
Hi all,
Long time Mac and LR Classic user and have not seen this notification before. I have given LR every permission including Full disk Access and yet the warning shows up each time I open LR.
Any suggestions?
It would sound like you have Lightroom trying to look somewhere that it just isn't allowed to, for example in /users (rather than the username under it). It can happen if the Lightroom Sync folder (Preferences) is set there (just change it to a valid location).
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