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Free Version will not install on Mac Catalina OS
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wessex
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2021-02-04 11:49:10

Hi, when I downloaded the free version for analysis I initially got the "won't open" dialogue due to not knowing if the program contained a virus. (Roughly speaking)

Having tried again, the program opens and runs but not installed on the disk. Is this normal?

If I was to purchase the Professional version, does this install correctly?

I have my Firewall on and Norton 360 running with VPN switched on.

From what I can see this is exactly the software I need to design and publish Driving School website with.

Thank you.


Wessex
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2021-02-04 12:17:09

I am replying to myself again.

I have found the answer to install but not the reason why it wouldn't install from the Safari Browser.

The dialogue was basically saying that the program may contain malware.

However, going to the App Store on the Mac and typing RocketCake brings up both the Free and Professional programs. Clicking on the Free version allows a full install.

Normally I would have deleted this query but I'll leave it in place in case others have the same problem.

Please feel free to comment.


erik
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2021-02-04 16:19:06

If you are on macOS, do it like that: When you open the .dmg, you can simply drag the RocketCake.app to your application folder, that installs it. You don't have to, if you don't wont to, though, it will also run if you directly click it.

If macOS says something that it cannot verify the developer and rejects to start the app, just right-click it and select "open". RocketCake simply isn't notarized. If you don't trust this that way, yes, you can simply use the version from the mac app store instead if you prefer, that won't have that problem.


wessex
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2021-02-04 21:49:24

wrote:
If you are on macOS, do it like that: When you open the .dmg, you can simply drag the RocketCake.app to your application folder, that installs it. You don't have to, if you don't wont to, though, it will also run if you directly click it.

If macOS says something that it cannot verify the developer and rejects to start the app, just right-click it and select "open". RocketCake simply isn't notarized. If you don't trust this that way, yes, you can simply use the version from the mac app store instead if you prefer, that won't have that problem.


Thank you Eric. Working through the programme and will be purchasing the Professional version later.


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