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One of those Mac things. When trying to install Stitcher 4, you may be prompted a message that sounds very scary about the software not being opened because "the developer can't be verified and they can't guarantee that it does not contain malware". Stitcher 4 certainly does not contain malware, so you can circumvent this in the following way: Click the Apple icon on the top left and select System Preferences, Security and Privacy, General. At the bottom you'll find 'do you trust this'. Apple by default set this so it only installs app store or fully identified things. You can manually make an exception for Stitcher 4, we promise it's not malware :)
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One of those Mac things. When trying to install Stitcher 4, you may be prompted a message that sounds very scary about the software not being opened because "the developer can't be verified and they can't guarantee that it does not contain malware". Stitcher 4 certainly does not contain malware, so you can circumvent this in the following way: Click the '''Apple icon''' on the top left and select '''System Preferences''', '''Security and Privacy''', '''General'''. At the bottom you'll find 'do you trust this'. Apple by default set this so it only installs app store or fully identified things. You can manually make an exception for Stitcher 4, we promise it's not malware :)

Latest revision as of 19:01, 26 July 2020

One of those Mac things. When trying to install Stitcher 4, you may be prompted a message that sounds very scary about the software not being opened because "the developer can't be verified and they can't guarantee that it does not contain malware". Stitcher 4 certainly does not contain malware, so you can circumvent this in the following way: Click the Apple icon on the top left and select System Preferences, Security and Privacy, General. At the bottom you'll find 'do you trust this'. Apple by default set this so it only installs app store or fully identified things. You can manually make an exception for Stitcher 4, we promise it's not malware :)