Please follow the instruction and check if the issue still persists:
Open your terminal and paste the following command to check if Path Finder has been slapped with the quarantined extended attribute:
xattr /Applications/"Path Finder.app"
If you see com.apple.quarantine returned as output from that last command, then go ahead and run this next command:
xattr -d com.apple.quarantine /Applications/"Path Finder.app"
You won't get any feedback or output from that command, but that's okay because you can just run the first command again to see for yourself if the com.apple.quarantine attribute shows up again. It shouldn't, and now Path Finder is freed from Apple quarantine jail.
Thanks for the quick follow-up and clear guidance. I ran the script in terminal you shared in your reply, but I didn't get any response when running the initial script, which gives me the impression that Path Finder was not quarantined by Apple as your post suggested. I did not run the second script (yet).
I'm mainly posting this response in case if anyone else is experiencing the same issue. I tried recreating the problem I described earlier, but it didn't occur during my test, so I'll keep my fingers crossed.
hi, I've the same issue about folders' refraiching. Pathfinder don't refraich changes, that I can see with finder (the issue seams to appear with files on the server, (a mac mini under OS X 10.11.6, my MBP is under 10.13.1).