[chirp_users] New Daily Build (Javier Henderson)

Mike Schwendeman mike at s3com.net
Sat Jan 12 10:45:37 PST 2013


Good suggestion, Jav; -I have gone to the area that you had described in the PREFERENCES.  The "Allow applications downloaded from" was already selected to "Anywhere."

- I deleted the stand-alone CHIRP app.
- I unlocked the "padlock," and selected another of the three selections.
- I locked the security padlock.
- I restarted the MacBook Pro.
- I opened the security area again, then unlocked, selected the proper "Anywhere."
- I locked the padlock.
- I restarted the computer.
- I expanded the ZIP file that contained the Chirp app.
- I double clicked the CHIRP APP.
- I was greeted with a warning that this app was from the 'net, etc.
- I allowed the opening of the app to progress.
- Same result, no opening of the app.

73 and thanks!
-Mike-
KØJTA

Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2013 15:55:00 -0500
From: Javier Henderson<javier at kjsl.org>
Subject: Re: [chirp_users] New Daily Build
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On OS X 10.8 the concept of "trusted apps" was introduced. Go into system
preferences, security, general, and find the "Allow applications downloaded
from" area, and select "Anywhere".

73,
-jav k4jh




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