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I downloaded Twine from the main site today. 

I made sure System Preferences, Security & Privacy is set to install apps from anywhere.

I tried the instructions on this page, OSX Daily

I tried the instructions in this thread here at Twinery link, but Twine did not automatically open, and I still get the "Verifying "Twine"..." message when I click on Twine. I did it three times, restarted, same problem.

Any solutions?

Update: Current workaround is to download an older version - 1.4.1 - from Toms Hardware: link

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See this other question, which explains the fix:

Unable to install Twine (OS X El Capitan 10.11.6

(also seen in the "Related questions" links to the right)

I don't have a Mac, so I hope that helps! smiley