macOS

Safari Third Party Cookies in Catalina

My series on whining about macOS Catalina continues today as I tried to use AWS Cloud9 in Safari. It doesn’t work. You have to enable third-party cookies to make it work. Apple has apparently removed the ability to re-enable third party cookies in Safari 13. Want to use it on iPadOS? Nope. Can’t enable third party cookies in iPadOS on Safari or Chrome. No more Cloud9 for me. Just deleted the environment.

Google Chrome Fixed in Catalina

I managed to get a fresh install of Google Chrome working under Catalina. But it wasn’t easy to unravel. Apparently, if you have spctl enabled on first launch, Chrome will create a jacked-up profile folder that it can no longer access. I discovered this by running the binary from inside Terminal, where the story was told.

To fix, here’s what I did: