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A little issue with Mac Catalina OS

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I am on V19 of C4d and while update ing to Catalina went pretty smoothly I did have an issue with some of my 80 plugins. About 30 plugins with a .dylib extension got a message asking to dump them in the trash because Apple could not verify the vender. Because this was similar to when you buy an app outside the app store or from a vendor who hasn't gone though being certified officially through Apple, I thought the trick to open the files for them might work with the plugins and it did. 

 

Go to the login in question and find the .dylib file

Do not double click it but right click and use the open option in the menu

This will open the terminal window and let you open the file and also let the system know it's ok to do so

When you restart c4d the plugin should work as usual

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By the way, this is for plugin developer to resolve. Code signing is required


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  • 1 hour ago, Hrvoje said:

    By the way, this is for plugin developer to resolve. Code signing is required

    Sure, if they are still in business or have the time. Some of the plugins I have are older ones or free. 

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