Can two users share the same catalog in PSE 10 on OSX Lion?

Subject line says it all.
I was able to do this with PSE7 on Windows 7, just by placing the catalog in a shared folder.  I tried something similar on Mac, creating a catalog under \Users\Shared, but only the user who created it is able to open it.

Try putting it on a removable drive, like a flash drive.

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