I write click on a folder and see that the "Read-only (Only applies to\nfiles in folder)" attribute is checked and grayed out. I uncheck it,\nclick Apply, and leave the "Apple changes to this folder, subfolders\nand files" radio button clicked. I hit OK and a few minutes later all\nthe permissions are supposedly updated. I then try to copy a file\ninto a subfolder and... I can't. It's as though the folder, itself,\nis Read-only and that the "Read-only (Only applies to files in\nfolder)" checkbox does indeed "only apply to files in folders" and not\nto folders, themselves.\n\nI go to a folder that has no subfolders in it and see that the "Read-\nonly (Only applies to files in folder)" checkbox for that is grayed\nout and checked, as well. I uncheck it and right click and... it\nworks. I right click on the parent directory (which contains no other\nsubfolders) and do the same thing and... it's still grayed out.\n\nAny ideas?