Hi, Can anyone advise how to stop Gatekeeper from getting in the way when opening text files? I'll try to explain this as best I can: - I have a zip file, created on a non-Mac machine, containing hundreds of text files (containing C source code) - I have unzipped the file using the built-in Archive Utility - The text files have no file extensions and are reported by Finder as being "Unix executables" with the "exec" icon - If I drag a single file onto TextEdit, Gatekeeper pops up and makes me confirm whether to open the file - Re-opening the same file a second time doesn't show the Gatekeeper prompt, so that specific file is flagged as "safe" The big problem is when I drag multiple files onto TextEdit at once. Gatekeeper will ask me to confirm a single file, and will completely ignore all the others (i.e. only one file actually opens in TextEdit). If I repeat that step then I get the prompt for the next file, and two files open in TextEdit. Attempt three opens three files, and so on. How can I tell the system that I don't need Gatekeeper to verify these text files? I think the crux of the issue is that MacOS thinks they're Unix executables, but I'm not sure how to tell it that they're all just plain text. Help!