BST works totally fine on all applications, except Chrome. When I try to snap, it either resizes it but moves the window totally off the screen, or it just does nothing. Attached is a screenshot of what happens when I drag the Chrome window all the way to the left. The animation happens and it looks like it'll happen correctly, but it just goes off the screen.
if you haven't yet you could try to grant BST/BTT the screen recording permission (System Preferences => Security & Privacy => Privacy => Screen Recording). BST/BTT make use of an API for problematic apps (folivora.ai - Great Tools for your Mac!)
Usually this is not necessary for Google Chrome, but it can help improve performance for all apps so in general I recommend granting this permission.
I checked and I already had screen recording enabled.
I should also add that Chrome is managed by my employer I'm realizing, but only by name as far as I know, they don't have any restrictions. When I login on my personal chrome, left and right snapping works, but the top snapping has the same issue.
Does your employer maybe have some security software installed that's running on your Mac? I remember that there was one software that could break window snapping apps (but I haven't run into this for many years, so I don't remember which one)
I just realized I'm having the exact same issue with Firefox as well, so my title isn't correct anymore! Here's a video of me messing around with it in Chrome. In this demo I'm actually logged in under my personal account and don't have the "this account managed..." note.
I see, this is an old macOS bug where the window API doesn't do what it's supposed to do. That is usually fixed by restarting the machine once. However this should not appear as often as on your machine. I have encountered this behaviour maybe 5 times over the last 10 years :-/
Do you have any accessibility features or on-screen keyboards enabled on your machine?