I am hoping someone can help me with a little problem. I have recently bought a PC running Windows 10.
To save time I have created a start-up template file in Rebelle and have changed the file's properties to 'Read Only' so that I can't make any changes to it, but Windows 10 appears to be ignoring this 'Read Only' state and just lets me make changes to the file. On a Mac you have the options to 'Lock' the file, or turn it into a 'Stationery Pad' file which automatically creates a duplicate when you open it. On the Windows platform Rebelle disregards the file's 'Read Only' state and allows changes to be made to it. Is this an oversight of the programmers of Rebelle or a problem with how my Windows is set up? I am still learning how to use Windows and am not totally on top of it yet. I have tested 'Read Only' files in other software (Artrage and Blender) and there is no problem with them, that is, they won't allow a Read-Only file to be overwritten. It seems to be a peculiarity with Rebelle.