I have an application that I need to add to the input monitoring section of Security/Privacy. For some reason when I click on it and then unlock I don't even get an empty list, I get nothing and there's no more "+" to add to the list....
I ran into this with Logitech Options. It wasn't showing up in Input Monitoring. To fix this, I had to see where else it was and remove it. Then reboot.
In my case, I found Logi Options and Logi Options Daemon in Accessibility.
- Click the lock icon
- Enter admin password
- Select the app to remove
- Click the minus sign (-) button
- Repeat for other related apps
Now, when you log back into macOS, you will be prompted to allow the new permissions. This should add the app to Input Monitoring.
I have the same issue. I found screenshots from other ppl displaying that manually adding apps/files to the input monitor should work but maybe there needs to be at least one app in the list for it to display the add function (via +)?
This really sucks as this seems to be the last area I need to add a file for my wacom tablet to finally work again. Wacom support says, I need to add the driver in the input monitor.