For me, this problem was related to remnants of Cookie 5. Once I got rid of those, everything worked as promised.
FYI, this is what I had to do:
Drag Cookie 6 to AppCleaner.
Reinstall Cookie 5, then drag Cookie 5 to AppCleaner
Delete anything related to Cookie 5 that didn’t get uninstalled in Containers folder and Applications Scripts folder
Empty the trash
Reinstall Cookie 6
AVOID option to import Cookie 5 settings
Allow Global File Access
Then the Enable Safari browser function worked and I’m able to get to the cookie window.
cold you post a screenshot of the allow window?
I wonder which window it is, you may be trying to give access to a path which doesn't exist - ie the flash folder, if you dont have flash installed could cause a loop like this.
I did this and now the messages concerning Firefox don't show up so far. I just did a few quick tests but no more annoying permission-messages right now 🙂
"Global access" is ok for me - but it would be great if you can find a solution/fix for specific permissions. So I'm looking forward 6.0.5 🙂
@SweetP I didn't realize I had to register for this support forum to get Cookie upgrade offers. I have sent several emails to SweetP asking if there is a "coupon" for an upgrade price since I first saw an announcement without any response. In my emails I sent my earliest license key (2013) and my license key for version 5. Now that I've found this forum, could you send me the special upgrade price coupon?
When Apple finishes reviewing it...
I uploaded it at the same time as I released v6.0.1 on my store. In my experience, Apple seems to be doing a one month long review, and then moves to a normal 1 day review timeline. So I guess it still has a week to go before release...