Opened 9 months ago
Last modified 7 weeks ago
#12743 new Bug report
Is there another way to supress update notifications other than fzdefaults.xml?
|Reported by:||stevemaser||Owned by:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||OS X|
|Operating system version:||later than 12.x|
In the beta of macOS that I can not mention here, Filezilla reports as "damaged, please Trash the app" due to Gatekeeper not liking the fact that we are putting an fzdefaults.xml file into the app package when building an app package that contains that.
Is there an alternate method of surpressing update notifications that does not involve modifying the contents of the app package?
(If not, there will need to be for said new macOS that I can't mention...)
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comment:1 by , 7 weeks ago
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I'll mention it to bump this Bug Report.
It's macOS 13 "Ventura." And it reports the app as damaged when placing the file in the suggested directory within the bundle. And placing the file in any of the other suggested locations ( ~/.filezilla or /etc/filezilla ) produces no effect.