It seems like there has been a setback in terms of notarizing the app for macOS 10.14.6 and beyond. It worked, and now it doesn’t.
Therefore: In order to run the current version on macOS 10.14.6+, please follow the instructions in a previous post.
The investigation is ongoing. Sigh.
I FINALLY got around getting a code signing certificate for the Windows version. You will no longer see the “Unknown Published” warning. From now on, you should see “Verified Publisher: Faroe Software Company Limited”.
This fixes the problem mentioned in the post macOS 10.14.6 Mojave specific issue. You will no longer get a scary message in 10.14.6 (or Catalina) when opening the app for the first time a new version has been downloaded.
A Windows version is again available for download. It has not yet been code signed, which means that you’ll probably get a (rightfully) paranoid warning from Windows SmartScreen when trying to run the installer.
Clicking on “More Info” will let you run the installer.
I’ll get the signing and verification done as soon as I have an overview of the process.
I am pleased to announce that a version supporting macOS 10.10 (Yosemite) and 10.11 (El Capitan) has been added to the downloads section. That gives us a total support range from 10.10 to 10.15.