One of Degas’ close friends, he illustrated many books in the late 19th century. His paintings were good enough to be bought by Degas, as this selection shows.
Stepping through the key stages of opening an app in High Sierra. First, a ‘regular’ open, then with the quarantine flag, showing Gatekeeper checks and translocation.
A series of history paintings showing events in France in the 1600s, even a painting of Saint Jerome. Where had his Roman reconstructions gone?
A notarized version, which should benefit all users, and pass Mojave’s Gatekeeper checks in full.
I’m all in favour of better security, so long as it doesn’t make my life any more difficult. Does Notarization fulfil that?
A note above his studio door proclaimed that he drew like Michelangelo and used colour like Titian. A small selection of works leading to his breakthrough in 1548.
The same code as 4.8, but now with the additional protection of Apple’s Notarization, ready for Mojave and beyond.
I’ve got two volumes showing in the Finder. So how come diskutil list tells me I’ve got four disks with a total of 12 partitions?