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Sleepyhead on MacBook Pro
#1
Hai there,
I am new on this forum and downloaded Sleepyhead successfully just a few moments ago, the 'broken version 2015'
I am using Apple MacBook Pro 2012 and MacOs 10.8.5.
And I am using F&P Icon+ a month now and should like a read-out of my data.
But this Sleepyhead app will not open, because of message: 'the high security standards of your Mac does not allow apps to open from the internet that are not Apple or from other known software firms'.
Kind regards, looking forward for answers and tips!
Oscar from Holland.
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#2
right click it and select open, and then it should
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Tongue Suck Technique for prevention of mouth breathing:
  • Place your tongue behind your front teeth on the roof of your mouth
  • let your tongue fill the space between the upper molars
  • gently suck to form a light vacuum
Practising during the day can help you to keep it at night

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(12-24-2015, 04:37 PM)Oscar1953 Wrote: Hai there,
I am new on this forum and downloaded Sleepyhead successfully just a few moments ago, the 'broken version 2015'
I am using Apple MacBook Pro 2012 and MacOs 10.8.5.
And I am using F&P Icon+ a month now and should like a read-out of my data.
But this Sleepyhead app will not open, because of message: 'the high security standards of your Mac does not allow apps to open from the internet that are not Apple or from other known software firms'.
Kind regards, looking forward for answers and tips!
Oscar from Holland.

1. Click System Preferences from the dock
2. Click Security & Privacy
3. Under the General tab you can allow any downloaded application to run. The OS X default is to only allow Mac App Store and identified developers applications to be opened.
4. Click the lock on the bottom of this window to make changes. Type in your password then select the Anywhere option. Now you should be able to install SleepyHead.

Good Luck

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#4
Hi Oscar1953,

I believe I have about the same MacBook Pro that you have. Once I right clicked and installed the "third party" software Sleepyhead has been working ever sense.

If the above suggestions fail to work, post back and we will see if we can help further.

Jeff
Sleep is worth the effort.
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#5
(12-24-2015, 04:37 PM)Oscar1953 Wrote: Hai there,
I am new on this forum and downloaded Sleepyhead successfully just a few moments ago, the 'broken version 2015'
I am using Apple MacBook Pro 2012 and MacOs 10.8.5.
And I am using F&P Icon+ a month now and should like a read-out of my data.
But this Sleepyhead app will not open, because of message: 'the high security standards of your Mac does not allow apps to open from the internet that are not Apple or from other known software firms'.
Kind regards, looking forward for answers and tips!
Oscar from Holland.

i.e. "How DARE you try to run a program that hasn't paid protection money to the Mac Mafia? Do you think you own your computer or something?"

Pretty scummy of them to reject the program, imply it's malware, and not give you an explanation or tell you how to run the program anyway. However, I expect nothing better from Apple.
Get the free SleepyHead software here.
Useful links.
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If it's midnight and a DME tells you it's dark outside, go and check it yourself.
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#6
Welcome to the forumOscar1953! You will find SH very helpful for looking at your data, once you can open it that is!

P.S. archangle....no dissing the mac. Some of us love our mac's!
APNEABOARD - A great place to be if you're a hosehead!! Rolleyes

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#7
(01-02-2016, 03:47 PM)Caldera Wrote: [quote='Oscar1953' pid='144307' dateline='1450993063']
Hai there,
I am new on this forum and downloaded Sleepyhead successfully just a few moments ago, the 'broken version 2015'
I am using Apple MacBook Pro 2012 and MacOs 10.8.5.
And I am using F&P Icon+ a month now and should like a read-out of my data.
But this Sleepyhead app will not open, because of message: 'the high security standards of your Mac does not allow apps to open from the internet that are not Apple or from other known software firms'.
Kind regards, looking forward for answers and tips!
Oscar from Holland.

1. Click System Preferences from the dock
2. Click Security & Privacy
3. Under the General tab you can allow any downloaded application to run. The OS X default is to only allow Mac App Store and identified developers applications to be opened.
4. Click the lock on the bottom of this window to make changes. Type in your password then select the Anywhere option. Now you should be able to install SleepyHead.

Good Luck


Hai Caldera,
This is great! I just did follow your instruction and I succeeded in instelling & opening my version of SleepyHead!
Thanks for your help, and thanks to the others too!
I really appreciate this info!
Kind regards, Oscar.
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#8
(01-02-2016, 06:08 PM)archangle Wrote:
(12-24-2015, 04:37 PM)Oscar1953 Wrote: Hai there,
I am new on this forum and downloaded Sleepyhead successfully just a few moments ago, the 'broken version 2015'
I am using Apple MacBook Pro 2012 and MacOs 10.8.5.
And I am using F&P Icon+ a month now and should like a read-out of my data.
But this Sleepyhead app will not open, because of message: 'the high security standards of your Mac does not allow apps to open from the internet that are not Apple or from other known software firms'.
Kind regards, looking forward for answers and tips!
Oscar from Holland.

i.e. "How DARE you try to run a program that hasn't paid protection money to the Mac Mafia? Do you think you own your computer or something?"

Pretty scummy of them to reject the program, imply it's malware, and not give you an explanation or tell you how to run the program anyway. However, I expect nothing better from Apple.

Hai Archangle, I like your sense of humor! Oh-jeez
Mac mafia is bad, but the Macbook, my iPhone, my iPad and the OS are all great and I am addicted to them since 1984….. !
Kind regards anyhow! Ozz

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