I have been trying to create a Mac executable (.app) from a Flash file that I created using Flash CC. I am naive when it comes to Macs (just got one of my own for testing purposes) and have looked around for solutions but haven't resolved the issue yet. I am not having issues with the Windows .exe; just having problems with the Mac version of the executable.
I have an iMac (OS X El Capitan 10.11.2) and will receive a prompt such as "PowerPC app no longer supported" when trying to open the .app file. I had a couple other users who have Macs try the same and they would receive a different prompt stating that the file cannot be opened. Also, when trying to download this file from the Chrome browser, I get a malware warning saying it isn't safe to download.
I have tried creating this executable on both Windows and Mac but no such luck. Would anyone please offer some insight?
Thank you kglad for the resource link.
Ideally, I wouldn't want all users that access this .app file to have to go through this process to allow for opening the file. It should just run even for those without Flash Player (or at least I thought this was what the executable was capable of doing).
Any other possible solutions?
if that worked, it's a mac issue that can't be circumvented by any developer (afaik).