I was having an issue with Spotlight and an Apple support person had me "upgrade" to Mojave and now I'm pissed off. None of my Automator services work in my Fluid Apps anymore! I have about a half-dozen Fluid apps so I can either assign them to all desktops (and not affect other browser windows) or so I can have multiple sessions with some websites that only support 1 browser window open to their site (e.g. the galaxy web app). I have over a dozen automator services that are extremely useful. Most accept selected text "from any application" and do various things with that text (e.g. report stats on selected nucleotides).
Now, when I try to run a service on selected text in a Fluid-created app, I get an error that states 'The action “Run AppleScript” encountered an error: “Not authorized to send Apple events to System Events.”'. If these services were apps, I could easily add them in system preferences to Security & Privacy -> Privacy -> Accessibility, but they are workflows installed as services (located in
~/Library/Services/) and thus cannot be added. I have added the Fluid-created apps, but that doesn't stop the error either.
I spoke with Apple Support and they indicated that the Fluid-created app won't work with services because of code-signing. The app has to be from an apple-recognized developer in order to be allowed access!
I fully understand the security concern, but this is very frustrating. Does anyone know how to allow services to work in Fluid-created apps?
UPDATE: I have tried adding the app (e.g. "Galaxy1.app") to both the Accessibility and Full Disk Access sections of the security and privacy system preference page and I still get the error: