Let's get you back on track. I hope this helps with more info: https://www.howtogeek.com/443611/how-macos-catalinas-new-security-features-work/
In addition to this, you can refer to the link.
Let us know if that works. Happy to help.
Please look at my question closer. In macOS 10.15.6 there is no "Public" folder. I'm having the same problem with Premiere Pro. Here is a thread that has the same problem UNSOLVED. https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/premier-pro-requires-access-to-the-following-folder-s-pu...
I am unable to use either program causing me to lose two clients. Am I the only one with this issue?
This is definitely worrisome, thanks so much for flagging it! We have engineering investigating on their end as well.
As for next steps, here's what we can try.
Very sorry for the frustration. I wonder if you had any issues using Rush on any other devices? Have you tried the mobile experience? Does it give you similar permission errors?
We found another potential solution in our investigation! We can also try this.
1. Open System Preferences on your Mac and select "Sharing"
2. On the "Sharing" page, check the box next to "File Sharing"
3. Set the permissions for your user account to "Read & Write"
4. Uncheck "File Sharing"
5. Restart Rush
Let us know if this works!
I have this same problem and cannot find a solution yet.
It keeps saying "Premier Rush requires access to the following folder, Public"
Has anyone found an essy solution yet ?