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OS X 10.9 Mavericks - Enable assistive devices

Last Updated: Jan 16, 2014 06:31PM UTC
This article is outdated, Actions Server since v1.0.4 is no longer seen as assistive device

The new OS X 10.9 Mavericks introduces several positive changes in the security, giving the user a new and precise overview of which automations, scripts and assistive applications can (or cannot) take control of the system.

This means however that, after upgrading to Mavericks, you will not be able to use Actions with it until you authorize Actions Server to operate in the new OS.

Just Proceed as Follows:

1 - Open the System Preferences Panel
2 - Select Privacy & Settings in the first row
3 - In the privacy & Settings panel, go to the fourth tab: Privacy
4 - In the left column list, select Accessibility
5 - If the padlock in the bottom-left corner of the window is locked, then click on it to make changes. You will be asked for your admin password.
6 - Select Actions Server form the list and check it
7 - Lock the padlock then you are done

A power user Anton Kristensen, has made a video to show the full procedure. Thanks Anton!
Check his video to see the step by step procedure.
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