How to: Disable Mac OS X Warning Dialogue

I’m not sure about you but I find Mac OS X’s warning dialogue when I have downloaded a new application really annoying.
I understand that Mac OS X displays these warning dialogues to the user as a security reminder but my downloads are generally from trusted sources.

font nuke is an application downloaded from the internet. Are you sure you want to open it?

To disable these internet warning messages you can use the mighty Onyx.
1. Navigate to Onyx
2. Click on the “Parameters” button then the “General” tab
3. Tick the checkbox “Remove the alert message on first launching applications downloaded from the Internet”

Disable warning messages with Onyx

IMPORTANT: If you disable this option – make sure all your downloads are from trusted sources.
NB. Amsys is not paid to endorse Onyx – we just love the product.