Developer Tools Access is trying to take control of another process

May 2021 - I have just done a clean install of Big Sur and one of the first programs I installed (of course!) was Total Spaces (and Total Finder). When Total Spaces starts up it always issues this weird message. The issue has been discussed in the past but this is a new one for me and I can’t see a way round it. In Preferences, they both have “full disk access”. Have I missed a setting somewhere? TS works fine if I enter the required password but it would be easier if I didn’t have to.

Hi, this is a known problem, I don’t have any way to work around that system dialog, or even change the wording of it. It’s one reason we do have to retire TotalSpaces2 soon: The future of TotalFinder and TotalSpaces