Have you checked Console to see if there's any additional information? Usually the error messages for a sandbox violation can be quite helpful in solving the problem.
Yeah I didn't see anything useful though.
I have a *feeling* that this is intended. I was actually trying to do something with a Finder Sync extension's selected urls...which would improve the user experience for another app. I suppose the System doesn't consider selected files from a Finder Sync extension as getting "permission" from the user like drag and drop or an open/save panel....
I guess I could propose that if the user installs my Finder Sync extension in settings...that perhaps should be considered as permission? I have doubts that Apple would agree though.
Just FYI, -54 is
permErr, so you’re definitely hitting an authorisation check.
Are you sure it’s the
urlvalue here that’s causing the problem? And not the
For both URLs, what do you see when you call
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