[Chimera-users] Mac-Book Pro

Tom Goddard goddard at sonic.net
Wed Jul 22 11:34:05 PDT 2015


Hi Bobby,

  We did some magic to the Chimera distribution (signing it) so Macs should not say it is from an unidentified developer.  But maybe that magic has expired because I get the same behavior that the Chimera 1.10.1 says it comes from an unknown developer when I download and run it on a Mac 10.10.4 system.  We will look into it.

  In the mean time, the way to get around this is to ctrl-click on the Chimera icon and choose Open from the menu that appears.  Then the dialog that appears saying it is from an unknown developer will still allow you to start Chimera.  You will only need to use this trick once, then it will start without any dialogs.

  Thanks for telling us of this problem.

	Tom


> On Jul 22, 2015, at 8:01 AM, Bobby Barnett <bobby.barnett at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> I have some students who have mac's, so I tried to download and install chimera on my Mac-Book Pro 17" .
> 
> I get the following message.  I downloaded chimera-1.10.1-mac64.dmg from your site.  I am the only user on my computer.
> 
> Any suggestions?  Should I try and downloading it again?
> 
> Bobby Barnett
> 
> “Chimera” can’t be opened because the identity of the developer cannot be confirmed.
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