Describe the bug
Many (10+) persistent notifications from System Settings on waking after a day in sleep mode. I have BTT registered as a login item, and System Settings still shows this to be the case (it's registered, just the once).
Login items added
"BetterTouchTool" added login items. You can manage login items in System Settings.
- Type of Mac: MacBook Air 2020 (M1)
- macOS version: macOS 13.0 Ventura beta 1
- BetterTouchTool version: 3.786 (1931)
I left my Mac asleep on the beta boot for a day and came back to this. I've actually closed a few of the notifications already before the screenshot.
This is an initial report, and I dual boot with the release so it might be a while before I discover more, but I thought I'd kick off a thread to track the issue. I suspect this is part of BetterTouchTool's mechanism to ensure it's registered as a login item when the in-app setting is enabled. Reminds me of the iOS clipboard-reading fiasco where apps has to start querying before actually reading or add an in-app setting.