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My copy of Notion is "damaged" and needs to be reinstalled, according to Mac OS.

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asked Nov 26, 2015 in Notion by craigswanson1 (200 points)

I redownload (downloader version Notion-5.2.380-OSX.dmg). Same thing. So I cannot run Notion at all. OS X (v 10.11.1, running on MacPro (2013). Any ideas anybody?

 

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answered Nov 26, 2015 by gadget69 (30,260 points)
Hi,

Go to your "My Presonus" account. Log in, select [software] there your notion, studio one,or any other software you have registered will be there. Downloading and installing from there is the only way to go!
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answered Nov 26, 2015 by craigswanson1 (200 points)

Yep that's what I did originally. Damaged.

 
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answered Dec 23, 2015 by brianmeisner1 (194,590 points)
You will want to go into your System Preferences on Your Mac and then Security & Privacy.  Here you want to make sure that you have set your OS to allow apps downloaded from Mac App Store and identified developers or Anywhere.  You may see an option to allow Notion to run on your system once you get into this window.  If so, simply choose to do so.
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