If on start TimeEdit asks for your customer signature, enter: dk_sdu
The Java client and macOS Sierra
A new version of macOS, called Sierra, has just been released. Like previous versions, it contains a feature called Gatekeeper. Gatekeeper checks the origin of apps and can warn or prevent the launch of apps unless their origin can be trusted. In Sierra, the option to allow all apps to run regardless of origin has been removed. TimeEdit's Java client is not affected by this change and continues to work as in previous versions of macOS. To launch the app the first time, you must right-click, select "Open" and confirm that the app is allowed to launch. The confirmation is then saved, and on all subsequent launches the app can be launched with a double click as usual. The same goes for TimeEdit's other Java apps (the ones for statistics, debet and import/export).