The Developer Of This App Needs To Update It To Work With This Version Of Macos Workaround. I'm trying to use a script in illustrator and i keep getting the following message when i try to open the extended scripts toolkit. Contact the developer of the app you're trying to install and find out if there is a 64 bit version available.
To contact the app developer, visit the app store and search for the app. Catalina, big sur & monterey supports only 64 bit and there is no workaround. Contact the developer for more information.
The Publisher And Or Developer.
Even though the app appears on the homescreen and got a blue dot which indicates a new or updated app, the app was not installed properly and seems to be damaged. 'the developer of this app needs to update it to work with this version of macos. Contact the developer for more information.
Look In The Output For A String Such As Codedirectory V=20500.
Make time machine backup is very useful and can be used to revert to previous working macos. Small addition to my post: If you haven’t updated to macos monterey, please consider delaying the update until this issue is resolved.
Suggest Using Go64 To Find 32 Bit Application Before Attempting The Upgrade.
The developer of this app needs to update it to work with this version of macos. This app will not work with ios. Contact the developer for more information.'.
I Did That And My Output Was Indeed V=20400.
You’ll discover the message in mac os when you try to launch a mac app that didn’t come from a verified source or from the mac app store, and you’ll get an alert dialog that says “[app name] can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer”. When you see the prompt “ “xxx” needs to be updated. Depending on the app developer, you might need to download a different app, or purchase an upgrade to a later version of the app.
Mac Os X Defaults To Preventing Applications From Unidentified Developers Or Sources From Being Launched.
Catalina, big sur & monterey supports only 64 bit and there is no workaround. Macbook pro 15 is running macos 10.15.7. I'm trying to use a script in illustrator and i keep getting the following message when i try to open the extended scripts toolkit.