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The System Integrity Protection (SIP) feature in macOS 10.11+ (El Capitan, Sierra, ...) prohibits system modifications and a "dirty hack" is needed to run this software-application "XtraFinder", as described on the website of XtraFinder. Read here also: https://www.slant.co/options/1670/~totalfinder-review#cons See More
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The System Integrity Protection (SIP) feature introduced in El Capitan prohibits system modifications that TotalFinder requires to run. Because of this, the TotalFinder devs have said they cannot continue to support further TF development on OSX 10.11+. While it is possible to turn SIP off and thus regain some of the functionality of TF, this requires altering the default Mac OS configuration. See More