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I saw that Onyx for Mavericks is ready for download.

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Thanks for the heads up. I had checked around a day ago and it still was not available. Good news and thanks for sharing.
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Thread moved. Not an "iOS and Apps" topic.

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thread moved. Not an "ios and apps" topic.

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I saw that Onyx for Mavericks is ready for download.

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Just tried downloading Onyx for Mavericks. A got a popup saying that Safari wouldn't open from an unidentified developer. What gives? Any ideas?

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Firesidedog, it sounds like you have Safari set to open downloads. That can be QUITE dangerous. If I were you I would turn it off. It's in Safari preferences, General. Uncheck open SAFE files. It will also open any malware thus the warning to turn it off.

The not open thing is part of Gatekeeper. Go to the file and right click and then on open and you will get another warning, just go ok and it will open.
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OOps! Me bad! I went to get the file and did not even check the thread!
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Firesidedog, it sound like you have Safari set to open downloads. That can be QUITE dangerous. If I were you I would turn it off. It's in Safari preferences, General. Uncheck open SAFE files. It will also open any malware thus the warning to turn it off.

The not open thing is part of Gatekeeper. Go to the file and right click and then on open and you will get another warning, just go ok and it will open.
Actually I do have it unchecked. I learned this some time ago from the forums. When you say file do you mean the dmg?

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I figured it out. Thanks.

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Having downloaded Onyx, installing and allowing Gatekeeper permission I opened it and it reported that my Macintosh HD needed repairing and to reboot using cmd R. I verified and repaired Permissions and then verified and repaired Disk. I still says my disk needs repairing - I have gone through this procedure 3 times now and this message keeps appearing.
Anyone else getting this or similar?

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Actually I do have it unchecked. I learned this some time ago from the forums. When you say file do you mean the dmg?
Glad you got it sorted. Why I said that about Safari was in your OP you said Safari was giving you that message! Glad you have that unchecked.

For others here, The DMG opened fine and I copied Onyx to my utilities folder where I keep Onyx. Then if you click it you get the Unidentified developer message. RIGHT click on Onyx and on Open and agree and it will open.
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Having downloaded Onyx, installing and allowing Gatekeeper permission I opened it and it reported that my Macintosh HD needed repairing and to reboot using cmd R. I verified and repaired Permissions and then verified and repaired Disk. I still says my disk needs repairing - I have gone through this procedure 3 times now and this message keeps appearing.
Anyone else getting this or similar?

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So far on the iMac it went through all the SMART and verify of the hard drive. You might boot with your OSX installer and run Disk Utility from there and have it repair. See if that works.
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Having downloaded Onyx, installing and allowing Gatekeeper permission I opened it and it reported that my Macintosh HD needed repairing and to reboot using cmd R. I verified and repaired Permissions and then verified and repaired Disk. I still says my disk needs repairing - I have gone through this procedure 3 times now and this message keeps appearing.
Anyone else getting this or similar?
If you're talking about having to do muiltiple permissions repairs...and some permissions just seem to resist being repaired...I wouldn't worry about it very much. I've run into this as well...and I don't have a good answer. 99% of the permissions were repaired...and in the future permissions will need to be repaired again (if you choose to repair them).

It's an endless process. Staying zero "repair permissions free" is not a situation that lasts very long (even if achievable). Thus this is why I say don't be concerned about it.

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The message he posted from Onyx sounds more like other issues on the drive and not permissions. Running DU from the Command+R will tell us more.
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