Clicking on the download does the extract and creates the partitiion SFBEditor1.1.1 but it seems to fail to mount. Clicking on it in Finder just gives an error saying item not found.
Hi @MakeBots. In order to install a Mac app, click and drag the "SFB Editor" app to your Mac's "Applications" folder. Then, from the Applications folder, click on "SFB Editor."
If that still doesn't work, it's possible that your security settings are blocking the launch. To check this, click the Apple logo in the upper-left and choose "System Preferences." From here, click "Security & Privacy." Then click the "General" tab. If your Mac blocked you from opening the app, there will be a notification. From this page you can choose to allow the app to launch.
If you're still running into trouble, please write back and let us know which Mac OS version you're using (this can be found under the Apple logo in the upper-left then by choosing "About This Mac") along with steps to reproduce the issue you're running into.
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