[OT] How long before..

Björnke von Gierke bvg at mac.com
Wed Aug 1 06:59:50 EDT 2012

This is the way Apple tries to make the OS virus-proof. It's also tying into a marketing idea, to bring every App under their app store umbrella, and a way to control every applications purpose and function. Ethical, and Big Brother considerations aside, for now, there's a setting in the preferences to reduce this security and control feature:


On 01.08.2012, at 07:38, Chipp Walters wrote:

> Still. Apple bites. For instance, today I tried updating Balsamiq (GREAT
> wireframe program) and as I was trying to run it I received a dialog from
> Apple stating it was not allowed. So, I've been using this program for
> years, and I update it and now it's not allowed? No message about how to
> allow it, or a button "Go Ahead anyway." Just the fact it's not allowed.
> After searching HELP, I found out I need to option-click on the program
> (intuitive? good UIX?) and ONLY THEN could it run. Not sure how much
> *better* that is...


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