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eridius
    @1passwordbeta I do, both are in Dropbox.
    eridius
      @1passwordbeta I just started using the latest Mac beta, having not used any 5.3 betas previously. After deleting my App Support folders, it cloned my Mac App Store 5.1 data, but without sync. Enabling Dropbox sync warns me that the data is different. Why?
      eridius
        @1passwordbeta I hadn’t edited that account in 1Password in many months, and my iPhone is the only device that modified it. I’m assuming the Edit + Cancel may have confused something, but other than that, I don’t know why it thinks there’s a Conflict.
        eridius
          @1passwordbeta I just added a TOTP password to a pre-existing account in the iOS app. I then pressed Edit again, and Cancel. After syncing to the Mac app (via Dropbox) the TOTP password got moved into a “Conflicts” section.
          eridius
            @1password awesome, fastest bug fix ever :)
            eridius
              @1password Safari 8.0.3 with extension version 4.2.5.
              eridius
                @1password 1Password doesn’t seem to be able to fill in my login on patreon.com. It’s as if it can’t figure out what the text fields are. Attempting to fill the login just does nothing.
                eridius
                  @1password Also, my password creation date predates the date that watchtower says www.fastmail.fm’s cert has. I’m assuming that’s why, since it doesn’t know if the previous cert was vulnerable.
                  eridius
                    @1password The watchtower page for www.fastmail.com literally says the Status is “Unknown”. Note that this is a different page than for fastmail.com. If 1Password is using the status of the latter, then that makes the “Learn More…” even more confusing.
                    eridius
                      @1password Login had website: https://www.fastmail.com website: https://www.fastmail.fm Clicking “Learn more…” gave me the watchtower page for www.fastmail.com, which has no info on it. Presumably the alert was triggered from www.fastmail.fm.
                      eridius
                        @1password That would indeed! When asking 1Password Mini to fill in a password for a page, sorting the presented list by frequency would be exactly what I want.
                        eridius
                          @1password Ah, but I rarely search. I ask 1Password to fill in the login once I’m already on the page in question.
                          eridius
                            @1password The point of my bug was that 1Password was not giving me the right info when I clicked “Learn more…” on the vulnerability alert popover. I had two URLs but it only showed info on one of them, and not the one that triggered an alert.
                            eridius
                              @1password fastmail.fm is the old address, it just redirects to fastmail.com now. And the watchtower page I saw was for www.fastmail.com (http://watchtower.agilebits.com/check?h=www.fastmail.com&port=443) which has no info.
                              eridius
                                @1password Maybe it updates existing web form entries, but won’t add new ones? The site was www.fastmail.com. My login only had “username” and “password” under “web form details”. A new login adds 2 checkboxes.
                                eridius
                                  @1password Ah, fair enough. I do edit titles, but then I have to worry about making them sort correctly so my most-common login is at the top.
                                  eridius
                                    @1password That’s what I did! I did a manual save and overwrote the existing. And that would work if I was changing my password. But that doesn’t modify the “web form details” of the login, which is what I actually wanted.
                                    eridius
                                      @1password And as long as I’m mentioning things, I wish the Mini dropdown would show the username as greyed text next to each entry. It can truncate that to avoid making the window wider. It would help a bit when I have multiple logins.
                                      eridius
                                        @1password To clarify, my login has both fastmail.com and fastmail.fm as URLs. The Vulnerability Alert shows me the status of fastmail.com when I ask for more info.