How to Enable Accessibility on Mac OS X

How to Enable Accessibility on Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra

Open System Preferences > Security & Privacy

  1. Click the Privacy tab.
  2. Click the lock icon to make changes.
  3. Select Accessibility from the list.
  4. Check the box next to any Mizage apps (Divvy, ShortStop, etc).

If you don't see the app you're trying to authorize, you can add them by using the [+] button or simply drag and drop the app from Finder to add it.

If you have performed the steps above and are having issues please visit this Troubleshooting page.

How to Enable Accessibility on Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan

Open System Preferences > Security & Privacy

  1. Click the Privacy tab.
  2. Click the lock icon to make changes.
  3. Select Accessibility from the list.
  4. Check the box next to any Mizage apps (Divvy, ShortStop, etc).

If you don't see the app you're trying to authorize, you can add them by using the [+] button or simply drag and drop the app from Finder to add it.

If you have performed the steps above and are having issues please visit this Troubleshooting page.

How to Enable Accessibility on Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite

Open System Preferences > Security & Privacy

  1. Click the Privacy tab.
  2. Click the lock icon to make changes.
  3. Select Accessibility from the list.
  4. Check the box next to any Mizage apps (Divvy, ShortStop, etc).

If you don't see the app you're trying to authorize, you can add them by using the [+] button or simply drag and drop the app from Finder to add it.

If you have performed the steps above and are having issues please visit this Troubleshooting page.

How to Enable Accessibility on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks

Open System Preferences > Security & Privacy

  1. Click the Privacy tab.
  2. Click the lock icon to make changes.
  3. Select Accessibility from the list.
  4. Check the box next to any Mizage apps (Divvy, ShortStop, etc) and System Events, if present.

If you don't see the app you're trying to authorize, simply drag and drop the app from Finder to add it.

If you have performed the steps above and are having issues please visit this Troubleshooting page.

How to Enable Accessibility on Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

Open System Preferences > Accessibility

Check the box next to "Enable access for assistive devices"

How to Enable Accessibility on Mac OS X 10.7 Lion

Open System Preferences > Universal Access

Check the box next to "Enable access for assistive devices"

How to Enable Accessibility on Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard

Open System Preferences > Universal Access

Check the box next to "Enable access for assistive devices"

How to Enable Accessibility on Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

Open System Preferences > Universal Access

Check the box next to "Enable access for assistive devices"