Sonoma: Maximize window not working

Hello, Maximize Window doesn't work at all for macOS Sonoma.

FYI I'm using the MacBook trackpad and selected the trigger as "Spread with Thumb and 2 Fingers".

Other window resizing tools are also not working, such as "Restore Old Window Size" and "Maximize Window Right Half"

I'm using the latest Alpha version and I've restarted my MacBook.

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Affected input device (e.g. MacBook Trackpad, Magic Mouse/Trackpad, Touch Bar, etc.):

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Device information:

  • Type of Mac: MacBook Pro with M3 Pro 14"
  • macOS version: Sonoma 14.1
  • BetterTouchTool version: 4.321

try to remove BTT from System Settings ->Privacy & Security ->Accessibility. Then add it back manually again.

Sometimes macOS forgets about these permissions after upgrading.

Thanks for the quick reply! I've tried that and it's still not working. I then restarted my MacBook again but it's still not working...

Did you completely remove BTT from the accessibility list (unchecking is not enough)

If so, you might need to reset your accessibility database using this terminal command:

sudo tccutil reset Accessibility

Before running this, make sure you don't have any unsaved work, also make sure to quit BTT and possibly other apps listed in the accessibility section.

Yes I did. and then I added it back manually by dragging and dropping.

If this were the issue, wouldn't everything else be affected too? I'm able to do other functions such as "Activate Previous App" and activating shortcuts using other trackpad gestures.

No, accessibility permissions are not necessary for all things. Activating another app can be done without extra permissions.