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Hampo7

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Nov 19, 2011
19
0
Any body else experiencing issues with these?

When i open hyperdock it says:
HyperDock needs assistive devices support to operate.

Please enable "Access for Assistive Devices" in the Universal Access pane of System Preferences, or click 'Enable' to let HyperDock do it for you.

I don't see the universal access in system preferences?

Hyperdock is something i cant do without. Thankful if only ugraded my rMBP. Wont be upgrading my iMac until i know this works!
 

MrGimper

macrumors G3
Sep 22, 2012
8,042
10,698
Andover, UK
Any body else experiencing issues with these?

When i open hyperdock it says:
HyperDock needs assistive devices support to operate.

Please enable "Access for Assistive Devices" in the Universal Access pane of System Preferences, or click 'Enable' to let HyperDock do it for you.

I don't see the universal access in system preferences?

Hyperdock is something i cant do without. Thankful if only ugraded my rMBP. Wont be upgrading my iMac until i know this works!

System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> Privacy Tab -> Accessibility on left list. In the right pane, tick Hyperdock.
 

xgman

macrumors 603
Aug 6, 2007
5,518
1,235
I've seen that on a couple Mav installs. Still don't know what that's about but thanks for the settings location.
 
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