In its infinite wisdom Apple has, in recent versions of its OS, made it MORE DIFFICULT to install software. How? By changing your Mac's security settings, so that third party software (such as Isaac) can't be installed easily.
Fortunately this is an easy thing to correct.
Do the following steps on your Mac BEFORE STARTING THE ISAAC FOR MAC INSTALLATION PROCESS:
1) Click on the Apple icon in the top left corner
2) Select "System Preferences..."
3) Click on the "Security & Privacy" icon
4) In the Security & Privacy window, select the "General" tab
5) Click on the lock icon at the bottom left of the window, next to "Click the lock to make changes"
6) enter your Mac's username and password to unlock the lock
7) Select the "Anywhere" radio button. This selection allows installation of Isaac software.
8) Close the window, then install your Isaac software.
9) If you've never installed Isaac on your Mac, then you'll also need to install the NI VISA and Si Labs drivers. After launching Isaac, the software will guide you through the driver installation process. Note that you'll need to restart your Mac, TWICE.
10) During the NI VISA installation process, you may get the "lipo command" window. If you do, select "Not Now".
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