Enabling Safari takes a few extra steps due to permissions in macOS High Sierra (10.13) and later.
- Click on Apple icon > System Preferences…
- Go to Security & Privacy
- Click on a Privacy Tab
- Click Full Disk Access section in the sidebar
- Click the Lock and enter your password to allow changes
- Click the “+” button and navigate to “Clockk” in your Applications folder
- Restart Clockk
- Turn on Safari access
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You’ve probably seen one of these two notices:
1. Open System Preferences
2. Choose Security & Privacy
3. Choose the Privacy panel
4. Choose Full Disk Access and Click the lock to make changes. Enter your administrator password.
5. Click the + button.
6. Navigate to the Applications folder, select the Clockk application and then click Open.
7. Quit Clockk and and then restart it. You can now turn on Safari support.
8. You’re all done!