“com.adobe.acc.installer” would like to control the application “Finder”.

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Apple seem to be heading in the same direction of Microsoft for opaque dialogue boxes.  Could anyone enlighten me what this might be?  It's coming up in one of the new security / permissions dialogue boxes in the macOS 12.14 Mojave Beta.  I know it's not an error but I have no idea if I want this installer to control Finder - what might it be trying to do?
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Johan Elzenga, Champion

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It may use the Finder to copy the files to their destination, or to create a new folder.
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David Converse

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The Mojave beta is under NDA, I'm sure you know that?
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Yep.  Legal schmegal.  The concept of not talking about Fight Club when Fight Club gets advertised publicly isn't going to fly very far.  I have only asked what a dialogue might mean.
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Be that as it may, Adobe is also under NDA as part of the Apple Developer program. I doubt that they can give you an official answer.
Hopefully you filed a bug report with Apple so they are aware. That's the whole purpose of the public beta, to get feedback.
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Or maybe it simply wants to open a Finder window! Adobe software isn't updated for Mojave yet because it's beta.