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chmod 700 /path/to/folder should do the trick for you. This allows execute (1), write (2), and read (4) for the owner, and no access for everyone else.
Here is what worked for me: Open keychain access Run the Keychain first aid (⌥⌘A) Restart mac I tried a couple approaches noted above and none of them worked.
The @ at the end of the name means that the Finder has extended attributes OTHER than an ACL but might also be all manner of other things (Finder info for one). You can see what attributes are by ls -le@.
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