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I have some issues during Tizen Studio installation. I have a MacBook Air with BigSur 11.6 and after having downloaded Tizen 4.1.1, the installer needs some authorizations to go on. Well, I have solved the problem with these authorizations (from the "System Preferences" options) but once I click on "Open", the installer does not go on and its icon goes away from my desktop. 

I have already read that someone has the same problem as me (more o less), however I was not able to find an answer with a solution to this problem.

I hope that everything is clear from my massage. 

Thank you.

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