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 <code bash> <code bash>
-curl -o ~/Downloads/BootCaT-1.3.dmg https://bootcat.dipintra.it/download/BootCaT-1.3.dmg+curl -o ~/Downloads/BootCaT-1.42.dmg https://bootcat.dipintra.it/download/BootCaT-1.42.dmg
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 <code bash> <code bash>
-curl -o ~/Downloads/BootCaT-1.3.dmg https://bootcat.dipintra.it/download/BootCaT-1.3.dmg+curl -o ~/Downloads/BootCaT-1.42.dmg https://bootcat.dipintra.it/download/BootCaT-1.42.dmg
 </code> </code>
  
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-Double-click on BootCaT-1.3.dmg, drag the BootCaT app to the Applications folder and then run it like any other app.+Double-click on BootCaT-1.42.dmg, drag the BootCaT app to the Applications folder and then run it like any other app.
  
 ===== Why do I have to do this? ===== ===== Why do I have to do this? =====
  
-MacOS 10.15.X "Catalina" introduced security features that prevent unsigned applications downloaded from the Internet from running. BootCaT isn't digitally signed yet (we're working on it), therefore a workaround is needed  to download and run it. +If you download the BootCaT DMG with a browser, when you try to open the App, you'll get the message "BootCaT.app is damaged and can’t be opened. You should move it to the bin":
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-If you download the file directly with a browser, when you try to open the App, you'll get the message "BootCaT.app is damaged and can’t be opened. You should move it to the bin":+
  
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-See the instructions above for the workaround.+This happens because MacOS 10.15.X "Catalina" introduced security features that prevent non-notarized applications downloaded from the Internet from running. 
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 +Since BootCaT hasn't beed notarized yet (we're working on it), at the moment the workaround you see at the top of the page is needed to download and run it.
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