If you see a message like the one below when trying to install the Skoog software, it’s because the default application security preferences have been changed. Don’t worry, in just a few steps we’ll have you up and running!
1. Open the Terminal application – you can find it in the “Applications” folder.
2. Copy the following command and paste it into the Terminal window:
sudo spctl –master-disable
3. Enter your user password to allow Terminal to carry out the changes to application installation permissions.
That’s it, you will now be able to install the Skoog software.