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I installed TCPBlock and whenever I try to open the TCPBlock preference pane I get the error: "Unable to load TCPBlock preference pane". Does anyone know what might cause this?

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TCPBlock and OS X 10.9

Comments associated with the last TCPBlock blog update suggest there may be problems with OS X 10.9, Mavericks, and tools like Clean My Mac.

Console

Use the Console.app utility included in Mac OS X to look for error messages. Console.app is located in: /Applications/Utilities

With Console.app running, try opening TCPBlock preference pane again. You will likely see a little flurry of messages.

Possible problems include the preference pane being built for 32-bit Macs only, and missing frameworks or dependencies.

  • I didn't find much, but I ended up doing a search using EasyFind (since OS X search doesn't find sh!t) and deleted some remaining files, reintsalled, and it works now. – username0 Mar 11 '14 at 0:19
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I ended up doing a search using EasyFind, since OS X search doesn't find much, and deleted some remaining files, reintsalled, and it works now.

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TCPBlock seems to have been discontinued an doesn't work since El Capitan. https://www.tripmode.ch/ looks like a good alternative.

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