I have a content blocker set up just the way I want it as a Firefox extension, but I've recently been cheating by switching over to Safari. I want to reclaim distraction-free browsing but after an exhausting effort I can't figure out a good way to "break" Safari 13 on Mojave.
Rootless won't permit uninstallation (nor do I see that being advisable).
I tried using Gatekeeper to prevent Safari from being launched. Supposedly
sudo spctl --add --label "BlockedApps" /Applications/Safari.app sudo spctl --disable --label "BlockedApps"
should have done the trick, but some have reported this trick doesn't work and indeed it did nothing to stop Safari from launching.
I got my hopes up with WasteNoTime only to find such extensions aren't supported by Safari anymore.
Apps like Cold Turkey are overkill, since I only want to prevent web browsing using Safari. Apps like 1Focus aren't powerful enough. Foiled at every turn. Is there a trick to "breaking" Safari?