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  1. #25

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    Re: TNGv2 for Mac OSX

    The system says the program can not be opened. Also not with manual release as usual.
    After unzipping the .zip Is only one file unpacked, is that correct?

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    Re: TNGv2 for Mac OSX

    Yes, this is correct. This one file is actually a package.

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    Re: TNGv2 for Mac OSX

    I made another modification and is available for download.
    Make sure you have permission executing applications. You can do this by running sudo chmod -R 777 ./PlanetCNC/

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    Re: TNGv2 for Mac OSX

    With High Sierra it works. With Catalina it remains, file can not be opened.

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    Re: TNGv2 for Mac OSX

    still can not start the app.
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    Re: TNGv2 for Mac OSX

    I'm still working on this. It appears that there are some issues with Catalina. But on other MacOS versions I get positive feedback.

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    Re: TNGv2 for Mac OSX

    Yes, on High Sierra i can give good feedback too.

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    Re: TNGv2 for Mac OSX

    Apple is becoming closed system. On Catalina is not possible to run applications that Apple did not confirm. I'm kind of skeptical if this is a good move but time will tell.
    One of the reasons TNG runs on multiple platforms is fear that OS might become closed. Windows was showing signs of this and I made huge effort to have TNG running on Linux.

  9. #33

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    Re: TNGv2 for Mac OSX

    That is not right. Also under Catalina you can start unconfirmed software. This only has to be confirmed manually via the system settings. But exactly this query whether the program should still be started does not come.
    An older version of the TNGv2 for Mac I can start.
    The problem has to be different.

  10. #34

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    Re: TNGv2 for Mac OSX

    OK. Some research on the internet helped me.
    The problem is that you have not set the executable flag (whatever that is) in the program.
    Manually you can do that by opening the terminal and typing in the following code.

    chmod +x /Applications/PlanetCNCMacOS.app/Contents/MacOS/*

    Of course the program should be in the applications directory.

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    Re: TNGv2 for Mac OSX

    Yes, I'm right. Nothing is wrong with software. It is Apple that prevents software to be started.
    If I copy file by file with USB key it is working. If I download same files or transfer package MacOS puts files in quarantine and does not allow app to be started.

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    Re: TNGv2 for Mac OSX

    OK. Then the question remains why other programs, which are also not confirmed start.
    But at least there is already a workaraound with the terminal command.

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