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Registered: ‎11-04-2010
My Device: Bold 9700

Re: Problem with adobe flash builderburrito

also to add on to wat the others have said, it is not enough to be an administrator on the system, you must manually right-click and choose the "Run as Administrator" option.

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Registered: ‎11-26-2010
My Device: Blackberry Playbook

Re: Problem with adobe flash builderburrito

I've also tried it. I'm not running the administrator acount, so if I want its permissions, I have t press " run as administrator'. Maybe it's helpful... I'm using windows 7.
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Re: Problem with adobe flash builderburrito

You have to right click and hit run as administrator
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Registered: ‎11-26-2010
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Re: Problem with adobe flash builderburrito

I have expressed myself badly... I meant I have installed and launched the flashbuilder burrito and the BlackBerry Playbook SDK as administrator (When I said "Maybe it's helpful", I was refering to my OS)

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Re: Problem with adobe flash builderburrito

Hey guys! I've solved it! For all the people who have the same problem, I'll show you a list of all the things that I did. 1º When you install it, do not install in your own account (if you haven't got administrator permissions), do it on your administrator account. 2º If you are in the account with administrator permissions (it's not valid an account without it and press the right button and "run as administrator"), press right button and then "Run as administrator". 3º I don't know if it matters, but I restarted the computer each installation I've done. Thanks for all of you ;-)
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Re: Problem with adobe flash builderburrito

my solution:

 

 Just Install FlashBulider and PB SKD in "D: \ Program Files" in Win7. Not the default "C: \ Program Files".
 
 Congratulations, you have passed the first step to the playbook AppWorld.

 

 when you have trouble with get the CSJ file, or sign App, let us know ..
 
 we will help you.