OK, just so you know, this was a wonderful solution for me, with Mac OS 12.1 (Monterey).
I could not get the hot key to “take” until I turned on the “Input Monitoring.” But TS3 wasn’t showing up in that box to let me check it as allowed, and I wasn’t being asked if I would like to let keystrokes be accepted (received). Instead, I unlocked that screen and drug the icon of TS3client from the finder into that box where it was supposed to be showing up, and then I clicked the little box to allow it, and voila, it works!
Thank you, and for any Monterey users, I hope this helps you too!
(when I say “that screen,” I’m referring to the image from the mac Systems Preferences >> Security and Privacy >> Privacy >> Input Monitoring
that TS.ChrisR showed just a few posts above here. Thanks again Chris!)
(Oh, and also, this was the beta version of TS3, 3.5.7).
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