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MacOS cannot verify....
"MacOs cannot verify that this app is free from malware.
The app .exe is running but only after I click cancel to all 22 dll files, such as "python27.dll".
Is there a way on how to deal with this ?
Yes I get this message too. I use Cardbox databases (through Codeweavers) and regularly import images created with Mac-recognised image-editing software (Photoscape X, PanoramaStitcher). It's very tedious having to import .jpg files one at a time.
I have a somewhat similar issue with a game that I am beta testing. When a new exe and a couple of new dll files are added, to avoid the annoyance I open C:/ drive and Ctrl-left click on the new files and click open.
Afterwards no more warning messages appear
Francisco, do you have to do it everytime you start the app or just once ?
I did for the .exe but I don't know how to deal with the .dll file.
It worked but with a different method.
1) Select the dll files, click open with CrossOver.app
2) Go to Crossover and Run .exe , now one by one you will be prompted to send the file to Trash, Open or Cancel. Here you just click on open for every prompt. If the Open option does not appear, then the dll you select is not the the .exe is trying to use and MacOS is claimming to, so you need to look for the correct location of the dll file and repeat the process with this file.
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