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I was super excited when XtraFinder
was released. It really transformed how Finder
in OS X
worked. I loved the folders on top sorting and many of its other features. Unfortunately it ceased to function in OS X 10.11 El Capitan
Every time I launch XtraFinder
, the Console
display this error message...
Finder: XtraFinder(722) System Policy: deny scripting-addition-send 'XFdr'/'Ijct'
Apparently there is a fix that enables some of the features, but not all. If you're game you can try the following:
After installing XtraFinder:
1. Reboot your Mac into Recovery Mode (hold down Command+R until the Apple logo appears while booting up)
2. Go to Utilities > Terminal
3. In the Terminal window, type "csrutil enable --without debug"
4. Restart normally
Personally I will wait until the developer can fix the app properly. I'm not so keen on the idea of updating the System Integrity Protection
settings manually, they are there for a reason.
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