Because of a bug in macOS 10.15.1 Catalina desktop version of Twitter stopped to take some of the characters in a field for a password. When you try to log in to a Mac version of the app through a password the letters b, l, m, r, and t are ignored, and if the password contains these characters, the authorization becomes impossible. Fortunately, the password can be copied and pasted, in this case, it authenticated properly.
As explained by the developer Twitter Nolan O’brien (Nolan O’brien), clicking on b, l, m, r, and t “swallow” the regression related to the support of keyboard shortcuts. As a rule, the aforementioned “hot keys” are used for certain actions within the application (for example, after pressing t opens a window to create a new tweet).
With the release of macOS 10.15.1 changes were made, which with the introduction of b, l, m, r, and t in the password field these symbols are interpreted not as part of the password, and as “shortcuts”. Release date of the hotfix is still unknown.
Apple released a new version of macOS 10.15 Catalina 7 October this year. From tech-savvy users release caused a number of complaints, some even compared it to Windows Vista.
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