Suspicious Package: Preview installer package content via Quick Look for Mac

Suspicious Package is a plugin for the Quick Look feature of Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard). It allows you to preview the contents of a standard Apple installer package without launching the Installer. The plugin is easy to install, and no configuration is necessary. Simply drag the plugin to your Home/Library/QuickLook folder and drop it […]

Suspicious Package is a plugin for the Quick Look feature of Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard). It allows you to preview the contents of a standard Apple installer package without launching the Installer. The plugin is easy to install, and no configuration is necessary. Simply drag the plugin to your Home/Library/QuickLook folder and drop it in (if you can't find a folder of that name, you can create it). If you want all users to be able to use the plugin, drop it into the root Library/QuickLook folder.

Once installed, hit the space bar on an installer package to put Suspicious Package to work. Just select the icon in the Finder and select Quick Look: 

You can click on individual folder names to see their contents, or click the Show Contents button to see all content at once. Suspicious Package also alerts you to packages that require an administrator password, or that require you restart your machine after installation.

Suspicious Package

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