I agree with most of what you said, but I've been getting alerts recently that 
certain apps are not optimized to run on Mojave, which is their way of telling 
me that some update in the near future is going to render them unusable. These 
are not old apps they are recently purchased apps. 

What enrages me so much (and I was once an avid supporter of the MacOS) is the 
wanton disregard Apple Dev seems to have towards end user's investments in 
software. A really big reason people tend to stick with a platform is the 
investment in software. Switching from Win to Mac means at least having to 
purchase VM software to continue using the old apps. Switching the other 
direction means ABANDONING the old apps and all the work invested in the 
documents produced. 

The elegant solution would be to give me the option of enabling or disabling 
notarization. From what I have read so far there will be no option. If that is 
the case, I will likely try to find some way of absolutely preventing any more 
Apple Updates for ALL of our users, and then never purchase another Apple 
product again, for myself OR for my company. 

And you know what really seals the deal for me? I have the strong impression 
that no one at Apple really gives a dam if I do or I don't. 

Bob S

> On Apr 16, 2019, at 24:03 , Curry Kenworthy via use-livecode 
> <use-livecode@lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> BTW, I've already seen an LC app undergo notarization successfully, so not to 
> worry; there will be a system in place for this particular hurdle just as 
> with everything else.
> Best wishes,
> Curry Kenworthy

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