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Allow app to open current path in terminal - MacOS

I want to redo a 'cancel or allowed' decision. After I installed MacOS X Mojave I got asked, if Sourcetree is allowed to control anything on my computer. I say'd 'No'.
Since this action, I can't just open the current GIT path in
How can I redo/force to do so again, like it was before I disallowed this feature?

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Dec 19, 2018 • edited


It's not Sourcetree that prompted you - it was macOS Mojave. You'll need to visit Security & Privacy in System Preferences most likely and see what particular category it's been disabled in.

Brian Ganninger
Senior Mac Developer, Sourcetree

Thx. I think also it is macOS Mojave, I need to tell enable again. But didn't find any solutions since a couple of weeks.

Did found the checkbox under Preferences->Security->Privacy->Automation->>Terminal

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