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 The “Files” section lets you choose an initial list of files that will be used by the parameter. The files you reference in this list are fed to the composition when the plug-in is first applied. The “Files” section lets you choose an initial list of files that will be used by the parameter. The files you reference in this list are fed to the composition when the plug-in is first applied.
  
-The list can contain references to assets embedded in the FxPack, as well as references to external filesReferences ​to external files begin with a forward slash character (“/“), or by a tilde (“~”). The tilde is expanded to the current user’s home directory at runtime.+The list should only contain references to assets embedded in the FxPack. ​In previous versions of macOS it was also possible ​to reference ​external files, by entering file or directory paths beginning ​with a forward slash character (“/“), or by a tilde (“~”), which gets expanded to the current user’s home directory at runtime. ​**Beginning with macOS 10.15 Catalina, using these file paths poses the danger of running against file access restrictions. To avoid this problem, please make sure your default file list only contains references to assets embedded in the product.**
  
 At the bottom of the Files section is the Display assets above when list is edited for the first time option, which controls whether the default files are displayed to the user when he/she clicks on the “Choose” button. ​ At the bottom of the Files section is the Display assets above when list is edited for the first time option, which controls whether the default files are displayed to the user when he/she clicks on the “Choose” button. ​
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