Whenever my macbook returns from sleep, a "BetterTouchTool would like to access data from other apps." popup appears. Clicking "Allow" or "Don't Allow" both just makes a new popup appear.
I think this has to do with the notch bar, or me just upgrading to Sonoma
- Type of Mac: Macbook Pro 14-inch, 2021, M1 Pro 32 gb
- macOS version: 14.0 (23A344)
- BetterTouchTool version: 4.060 (2276)
Additional information (e.g. crash logs, related issues, etc.):
have you already tried to restart your system after upgrading?
This seems to be that: macOS Sonoma sandbox security
Do you have any functions set up in BTT that access data from other apps?
According to that article giving Full Disk Permissions in "System Settings => Security & Privacy => Full Disk Access" will workaround this
awesome, thanks! giving full disk permission fixed it.
But you raise a good point... I don't know what should be accessing data from other apps, my best guess is this bash script I'm running:
pbpaste | sqlfmt - | pbcopy
Still working on implementation but I reckon pbpaste / pbcopy would access data from other apps? (Also if you happen to know a better way of formatting text rather than accessing the clipboard, do tell!)
Edit: found a way to make it work with "Transform & Replace Selection with Java Script", without using pbpaste and pbcopy
Thanks for a great product Andreas!!