When users first run EditLive! they are asked if they trust EditLive! This is an important security measure to prevent malicious applications from running on your computer but it can be annoying for users to be asked to trust EditLive! repeatedly. Fortunately, it's simple, and for the majority of users the default, to permanently trust EditLive! so the security dialog never comes up again.
For Java 1.4 on Windows, Linux and Solaris, the dialog will look like:
The user can simply click "Always" and the dialog will not be shown again.
For Java 1.5 and 1.6 on Windows, Linux and Solaris the dialog will look like:
The user simply checks the "Always trust content from this publisher" if it's not already checked and then clicks "Run".
Mac OS X makes it a little more difficult. Initially the dialog looks roughly like (this one is actually from our Equation Editor integration):
To permanently trust EditLive! the user must first click "Show Certificate" and the dialog will expand to look like:
Then check the "Always trust" checkbox and then click the "Trust" button.