I don’t understand as ‘Privacy’ or ‘Accessibility’ are mentioned nowhere in the Readme. Are you looking at the right document. The install section is:
Unpack the zip file and locate the file called ‘Clip Selection to Tinderbox.service’. Copy or move this file to:
Or, in longer form the path is:
/Users/[short name of user acc]/Library/Services/
If the ‘Services’ folder doesn’t exist in your Library, add one.
Once correctly installed, ‘Clip Selection to Tinderbox’ should show up in the services menu.
OS 10.6+ (Snow Leopard or later OS) users only. There is one extra step. Open the OS System Preferences, Keyboard, Keyboard Shortcuts tab; select the Services item and scroll the list to find ‘Clip to Tinderbox’ and tick that item.
Setting a shortcut in OS 10.6+.
Open the, System Preferences, Keyboard, Keyboard Shortcuts tab; select the Services item and scroll the list to find ‘Clip Selection to Twig’ and click the right-most column, and then the ‘add shortcut button’ for that item. If a shortcut is free for the current app, it is shown to the right of the service name. The service is greyed out if the current app has no selection. Cmd+§ may be a good choice for a free shortcut.
Although I made a few updates in the v7 Readme, the subjects are not in the v6 Readme either.
I’ve even double-checked the Readme document in the Zip online is the one I have locally. I can only assume you’re reading some other Readme doc.
Regarding the _Keyboard/Services_prefs, I think you have to tick a service item to enable it (even if it isn’t given a shortcut). But, I’m not an expert on OS services. I did the minimum required to get the service to work. You may have some detritus from your earlier experiments which is causing problems - you might want to reverse any extra preference changes you made during those experiments.