I’m trying to find out an answer to the same question.
My Yosemite offered an upgrade to El Capitan and since it applied I’m unable to load my favorite Architect 3D software.
It says that the program is made by unidentified developer and stops me from mounting it.
Hopefully there is someone to shed some light on this matter.
Hello there and thank you for sharing this information with us.
As relevantly new operating system fully updated El Capitan is capable of installing “older” software.
First update your Macintosh computer to the latest available software release as explained in this article here http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201541 and change your computer settings in a way to allow installing software from unidentified developer as explained in this link here http://support.apple.com/kb/PH21769
Then install the program using the administrator account of the computer. This should help Architect 3D to mount and operate successfully.
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