ClaroRead wants access to control [app name]. Allowing control will provide access to documents and data in [app name], and to perform actions within that app.
This message will appear in the following circumstances:
On the very first launch of ClaroRead. It will prompt to control System Events and System Preferences. This is because ClaroRead needs you to enable it inSystem Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy > Accessibility (see the next section for why) and wants to take you to the correct pane in System Preferences.
When you have ClaroRead running and first click on Word, TextEdit or Pages. This is because ClaroRead works alongside these apps to retrieve and speak, or spellcheck, the text in these document-based apps.
Enabling ClaroRead in Security & Privacy > Privacy > Accessibility
You need to make sure ClaroRead is checked in the Accessibility section to enable the following features of ClaroRead to work:
Speak when mouse selects
Speak on mouse hover
Keyboard echo (characters, words, sentences)
“ClaroRead” would like to record this computer’s screen.