RESOLVED: - There are some issues with the so-called hardened runtime feature of macOS introduced in Catalina. As a result, you may wish to install a standard codesigned binary (ie. with warnings from Gatekeeper) to enable all features on Catalina. Earlier versions of macOS should not be affected.
To that end, we are releasing two disk images:
BLKOPVEYE_esd_2_1_641_notarized.dmg - Apple Notarized with hardened runtime (may disable some features on Mojave, Catalina and Big Sur).
BLKOPVEYE_esd.dmg - code signed (Gatekeeper may complain and require system security tweaks).
Those security-oriented software updates will bite you in the macOS. In this case, the latest build of Catalina which went out on auto-update yesterday seems to have introduced a minor problem with the integrated screen-grabbers in 2.1.641. In a reasonable world, we'd simply tell you to toggle the "Run in 32-bit mode" but, alas, 32-bit is no longer supported on Catalina.
In the meantime, if you're evaluating the new version, give it a test drive on 10.8 (our favorite) or High Sierra or whatevs...
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