HemoSpat Demo

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  1. You will not sue us. For anything.
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A demo version of HemoSpat is available for both macOS 10.13-10.15 and Windows 8/8.1/10. The demo includes a sample project with ten bloodstain images to analyse as well as documentation to step you through some of the features of HemoSpat.

The HemoSpat demo is distributed as a standard zip file.

Here's how to use it:

  1. Expand the zip file [it will be called something like HemoSpat Demo 1.x.zip] by double-clicking it on the Mac or right-clicking and selecting Extract All... on Windows
  2. Navigate to the new folder and read the Readme.html file
  3. Run the HemoSpat application directly from the folder

Here's how to remove it:

  1. Drag the HemoSpat Demo folder to the Recycle Bin (Windows) or Trash (macOS)

Note For macOS Users

In a recent version of macOS, Apple has added a "security" feature that shows a scary dialog when trying to run HemoSpat: Apple pseudo-security

This is because Apple wants to be a gatekeeper and have developers send them their applications so Apple can give their stamp of approval.

To get around this, right-click the application and select "Open". Then you will have a button that lets you open HemoSpat. You only need to do this once. Apple pseudo-security

This "security feature" also leaves the demo unable to find the included project.

To fix this:

  1. go to the folder containing the HemoSpatDemo.app file
  2. drag HemoSpatDemo.app into the Documentation folder
  3. go to the Documentation folder, find HemoSpatDemo.app, and drag it back where it was

Now it should run fine.