FYI - The issue with OS X Mavericks has been identified and it will be resolved in the next software update.
As a temporary workaround, many users have fixed the problem in Mavericks by launching the application as administrator. On the Mac, you would need to open the Terminal application (located in Applications/Utilities). Then you need to "cd" into the application directory. For example on my system the syntax would be as follows:
Finally, you launch the application binary as the administrator user
Again, these instructions are only necessary is you are using the latest OS X 10.9 Mavericks.