Issue 1: Dreamweaver is not allowed to access other apps in macOS X 10.14

When you use Don't Allow in the pop-up dialog, Dreamweaver is blocked to access other applications in macOS X 10.14. 

Environment

macOS X 10.14.

Applicable scenarios where a pop-up dialog appears

Dreamweaver version 19.0 and later

When a user clicks GIT terminal in Files panel or GIT panel and when GIT is initialized. 

Access control dialog for Terminal
Access control dialog for Terminal
Access control dialog for Finder
Access control dialog for Finder

Access control dialog for system events
Access control dialog for system events

Earlier versions of Dreamweaver 19.0 

  • When you choose Open in Browser in the context menu of a file in Files panel or click Preview in Browser at the lower-right corner of the application.
Access control dialog for Safari browser
Access control dialog for Safari browser
  • When you click GIT terminal in Files or GIT panel, and when GIT is initialized. 
  • When you click Manage Account in Preferences > Sync Settings
  • When you click some of the hyperlinks within Dreamweaver. For example,
    • Clicking Terms of Use in Tools > Manage Fonts dialog.
    • When you click What’s this? in Manage Fonts > Local Web Fonts dialog. 
    • When you click Get More Themes in jQuery Mobile Swatches.
  • When you click Adobe Online Forums and Submit bug in Help menu.

Workaround 1

In all the above mentioned scenarios, if you click OK, you can allow Dreamweaver to access the required apps in the system. 

If you click Don't Allow, Dreamweaver is blocked from accessing any of the other apps in the system. To unblock the control for apps, you can follow the steps mentioned below:

  1. Open System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Automation.

  2. To allow access to each of the apps, click the check box as shown in the below screenshot,

    Security and Privacy dialog to access apps
    Security and Privacy dialog to access apps

    Note:

    Before using Preview in Browser, ensure to quit the browser if it is already open. 

Issue 2: A dialog appears to confirm the files during preview in Safari browser

A pop-up dialog appears to confirm the file to open, when you preview the page in Safari, only when you select the Preview using Temp Files option in Preferences dialog. 

Workaround 2

  1. Click Cancel to confirm the dialog and quit Safari browser. 

  2. Click Preview in browser again to view the page in browser

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