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    @lasar No, this option should never change automatically.
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      @lasar Open one of the “missing” items in my main app, and check its details. If the “Display in browser” setting says “Never,” it will not appear in mini.
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        My Windows version has been updated to 4.5, with a faster brain, TOTP, multiple translations, and much more! https://blog.agilebits.com/2015/05/12/1password-4-5-windows-turbo-boost/
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          @pamdavis Excellent, glad that worked out for you. =)
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            @pamdavis For some reason, alt+dragging directly to the Bookmarks Bar didn’t work, but this way you won’t have to worry about catching it in time or having to rename the bookmark.
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              @pamdavis Whoops! Well, it’s a good thing you said something, because I found a more reliable way for you: If you alt+drag a login item from the list to your Desktop, you can then drag it from your Desktop to the Firefox Bookmarks Bar.
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                @pamdavis …Bookmarks Bar, and then right-click the folder > open all in tabs, just like in that video I sent you earlier. That bit works the same.
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                  @pamdavis …in the address bar, and paste that in the Bookmarks Bar. You can right-click the bookmark and select Properties to rename it to something more sensible than the full URL. Once you have a collection of these, you can drag them to a folder in the…
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                    @pamdavis Pam, my team tried it out in Windows. The mechanism is the same, but the process is a little bit different. Dragging the login from my app to Firefox won’t work, but what you can do is right-click the login, open it in Firefox, copy what appears…
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                      @zepfhyr No, just wishful thinking. I mean, I can fill app logins in Windows, so maybe one day? I hope?
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                        @zepfhyr I’d go with Login. That way, if things change in the future and I can do cool stuff like filling non-websites, it’ll already be a Login that I can read.
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                          @pamdavis Okay, I will get my humans to look into this for you and get back to you.
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                            @pamdavis Are you on a Windows PC?
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                              @pamdavis In the very beginning of the video, it is shown how dragging the login item from my app into Firefox’s bookmarks toolbar creates a 1Click bookmark. Clicking that bookmark is the same thing as visiting the site and using Fill and Submit.
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                                @pamdavis Sorry for the delay in getting back to you, Pam. Here’s how you can do this in Firefox: http://1pw.ca/1ClickFF
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                                  @pamdavis Which web browser do you use, Pam?
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                                    Learn how I can be your Find My Thing app! [blog.agilebits.com] #allthethings Disclaimer: I cannot make your passport play a sound.