Kolor announces the compatibility of all its software applications with Mac OS X Mountain Lion (Autopano, Panotour)
Friday 27 July 2012
All Kolor software applications have been tested and validated as compatible with Apple’s new operating system: Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. This applies to allÂ image-stitching software (Autopano Pro, Autopano Giga) and virtual tour creation software (Panotour, Panotour Pro).
Is Kolor aware of any major issues or bugs when using Autopano or Panotour with Mac OS X Mountain Lion?
In our testing we have found no significant issues with running Autopano Pro, Autopano Giga, Panotour and Panotour Pro on Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.
How to install a Kolor application on a Mac running Mountain Lion?
Apple created a new security tool (called Gatekeeperâ„¢) that is intended to help make applications downloaded from the Internet safer. Learn more.
Kolor is in the process of adding Gatekeeper signing requirements to all applications. However, if you download one of the current (unsigned) applications, the Gatekeeper security feature may pop-up a security dialog warning you against installing unsigned software applications downloaded from the Internet. You can still install the unsigned applications by following these directions:
- Open System Preferences.
- Click Security & Privacy and make sure you’re under the General tab.
- If the Lock icon on the bottom left corner is locked, click it, then enter your administrator name and password.
- Under “Allow applications downloaded from:” choose “Anywhere”.
- Now you can run the unapproved installers. After the installation, you can set the Security & Privacy Settings back to the default.