Catalina Entitlements or Permissions (was Possible Catalina problem)

Mark Talluto mark at
Mon Jun 15 23:15:46 EDT 2020

We use App Wrapper 3 to sign and notarize our apps. You can control all of these details from inside the app. It makes it pretty easy. I think you can try the app for free and see if this works for you. <>

Best regards,

Mark Talluto <> <> <>

> On Jun 15, 2020, at 4:55 AM, Paul Dupuis via use-livecode <use-livecode at> wrote:
> We're having some macOS Catalina permissions/entitlements issues
> We have applications that we deliver for Catalina where the application (LiveCode standalone) is code-signed. It is then packaged in an installers (LiveCode standalone) and the installer is code signed. That is then placed in a DMG, which is code-signed, notarized, and stapled.
> This has worked for us since October when Catalina was released.
> It still works, except sometimes, after successful downloading and installation, when the applications is first launched, Catalina does not ask for the permissions the Application needs. Instead certain handler throw an execution error. The handlers that produce the errors on startup when Catalina fails to ask for permissions have the following in common:

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