Please become an Apple-trusted developer See attached report on install Related By Ted|2018-05-08T21:40:12+01:00May 3rd, 2018|1 Comment Tell your friends about QuickHash! Just choose your social platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInWhatsappGoogle+Email About the Author: Ted One Comment Ted 08/05/2018 at 21:40 - Reply Yes, that’s a necessary evil I will have to venture down I think. The code signing certificate I bought does allow me to sign the OSX version, but even then OSX still grumbles about it because I haven’t PAID Apple to be one of their trusted developers. So I will have to pay again for that, on top of the money I laid out for the certificate from DigiCert. I am going to see how things progress with the code signing certificate I have and whether or not I recoup that investment before splashing more out to Apple. But I accept your point – it is hard to paint a professional image to OSX users when I’m not on their list of trusted developers. Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.