Mac OS/DinoXcope

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  1. DinoXcope is installed but does not open
    Sometimes DinoXcope fails to start when the program has crashed or was closed improperly, to resolve this please follow these directions Learn More
  2. Mac OS Compatibility
    Many Dino-Lite USB models are compatible and include software for Mac OS. A few exceptions include models with special features such as strobe lighting, FLC, EDOF/EDR, and AMR, and a several older (now discontinued) models... Learn More
  3. DinoXcope error: "unidentified developer" / "can't be opened because Apple.."

    Mac OS displays the following error:

    DinoXcope can't be opened because it is from an unidentified developer

    This error message has to do with increased security in more recent versions of Mac OS. By default, Mac OS is now only allowing software that comes from the Apple store. This can be resolved by creating an exception to that policy for the Dino-Lite software, or by changing that setting univerally to allow software from other sources.

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  4. Mac OS Troubleshooting
    General troubleshooting information for Mac OS users. Learn More
  5. DinoXcope opens but only has a black screen
    The update of macOS Mojave (10.14) requires apps to get your approval before accessing the camera or microphone on your Mac. Learn More
  6. Mac OS 10.11+ (El Capitan) and newer - Compatibility with older Dino-Lite
    Information about compatibility with Mac OS 10.11 and newer Learn More
  7. Using DinoCapture Windows software on Mac OS
    When using Parallels, you will have to tell Parallels whether a USB device that you plug in is intended for the Mac OS or the Windows OS.. Learn More
  8. Transfer DinoXcope files to another Mac
    Transferring of DinoXcope files and folders to another computer must be done in a specific way to work properly Learn More
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