Did as requested.
This is the directory listing BEFORE the +x commands:
And this is the +x commands and the "new" directory listing:
And this is the directory path in question:
A quit/relaunch/quit of SafariTP still results in this:
Again, thank you for your reply.
I replaced both .sh files.
I launched and quit SafariTP. No joy:
I don't know if any of this matters, but I get a huge list of errors in Console while that little gear is spinning:
Sandbox: find(1115) System Policy: deny(1) file-read-metadata /private/var/folders/8c/t4q625mn1sv94y7z9w5k8zzc0000gn/T/com.apple.WebKit.Networking.Sandbox
unable to create CacheDeleteDaemonVolume for <private>
Failed to open database at <private>. Error: Error Domain=com.apple.Safari.SQLite Code=14 "unable to open database file"
Thank you for your reply.
I did as requested:
But quitting SafariTP still results in this (screenmovie):
Curiously, sometimes only a single instance of the "running" notification appears - but it still "fails":
And, sometimes, I see this:
Followed by this:
Note that running clearSafariTPcache.sh in Terminal seems to complete without an error getting thrown:
Not that I know what any of this means...
Whenever I quit Safari Technology Preview, a small spinning gear appears in my Menu Bar, which, if clicked on, shows two (usually?) items that are being cleared. However, this is the result (I believe it is always the result, but I'm not positive):
Am I doing something wrong? Please advise. Thank you.
I continue to struggle with granting Cookie "Full Disk Access". No matter how many times I go through the process, I continue to get the attached error message when I launch the Cookie interface. Please advise. Thank you.
macOS 10.15.2 (19C57)