Installing Vertus Applications on Apple OS X 10.9 (Maverick)
If you’re on an Apple machine and have recently updated to OS X Version 10.9, when launching Fluid Mask (or Play With Pictures and Bling!IT), you’ll now see a message from Apple’s Gatekeeper function, advising that it’s from an unidentified developer.
You simply need to control click on the application within your application folder (or on the applications icon in your dock, if you’ve previously run the program and have just updated your operating system) and select ‘open’.
Your Vertus application will then function as normal.
Whilst it’s perhaps re-assuring to end users to see this extra security function, It’s also a step by Apple to channel all software that runs on their machines through their app’ store.
We’re working to ensure that Vertus applications are identified as trusted by Apple, but there’s more than a few hoops to jump through after our parent company changed hands, so please bear with us.
In the meantime, please ‘control click’ and enjoy using your Vertus application!