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zepfhyr
    @jtc yeah, the only reason if ever use Linux at home is for a special-purpose machine that I don’t want to spend a lot of money on.
    zepfhyr
      @wickedgood I’ve considered using Moves twice before, and both times I got rid of it, because it’s useless if you don’t give it access to location data. Which I refuse to leave on in the background all day. My battery hates me when I do that.
      zepfhyr
        @jtc That’s pretty sweet. I haven’t used Mint, but I also usually only use Linux for the occasional geek fun. All my computers are either PPC or can run the latest Mac OS, so I haven’t had a reason to use Linux day-to-day, yet.
        zepfhyr
          @jtc I probably used your product when I flew to Ireland 7 years ago for my honeymoon. My wife beat me at Battleship. I’m pretty sure she cheated. Can you look up our game session and prove that she did? 😜
          zepfhyr
            @jtc Wow. Linux-only? Where do you work? That sounds either super awesome or incredibly frustrating, depending on the flavor and responsibilities. @jmreekes @ripwater @1password
            zepfhyr
              @jtc Sadly, it probably won’t be able to communicate with the browser unless you run the browser in the same WINE bottle, which might make it less than ideal. But you should be able to look up passes, at least. / @jmreekes @ripwater @1password
              zepfhyr
                @jtc I use CrossOver a fair bit on my Mac to play a number of games and to use the occasional utility. It tends to work pretty well most of the time. I say, give it a shot. / @jmreekes @ripwater @1password
                zepfhyr
                  @jtc I'm curious how well the Windows version works under CrossOver or WINE. / @1password @jmreekes @ripwater
                  zepfhyr
                    @spacekatgal And you do so in the most awesome way possible.
                    zepfhyr
                      @abhishek Of course, they could be saying that simply because doing it any other way violates the license. / @jmreekes
                      zepfhyr
                        @abhishek I can’t find any hard answers to your question, though moderators on AgileBits’s forums all indicate that you should buy the family license in your situation. / @jmreekes
                        zepfhyr
                          @abhishek I don’t see why it couldn’t. For AgileBits to prevent that, 1Passwprd would have to phone home with your Dropbox login. I’m pretty sure there would be Internet rage had that ever occurred. / @jmreekes
                          zepfhyr
                            @abhishek You don’t. I misunderstood your end goal. I thought you wanted to share a vault. If you don’t, then you can ignore that step. / @jmreekes
                            zepfhyr
                              @abhishek Unfortunately, this is all speculation without the opportunity to test with someone that can set up the app the way you want. / @jmreekes
                              zepfhyr
                                @abhishek In that case, I don’t think you’ll have a problem. My understanding of the Family License is that it’s mostly on the honor system. I’ve never been told that I used up all my registrations or anything like that on the versions I used before MAS.
                                zepfhyr
                                  @jmreekes Alternatively, you could create one vault you share and one vault each that you both keep private from the other. Then just share via Dropbox the one you want to use together and sync the other in a separate Dropbox folder. / @abhishek
                                  zepfhyr
                                    @jmreekes I wouldn’t create different vaults unless you want to keep your passwords separate. If you want her to access your passwords and vice-versa, then use one vault. Of course, then she’ll have access to ALL your stuff. / @abhishek
                                    zepfhyr
                                      @abhishek Have her use that keychain with her 1Password and see if it balks. If it does not, then the only restriction would be if the license key can only be activated on one machine at a time. But, I’ve had old versions of 1Password on multiple computers
                                      zepfhyr
                                        @abhishek Here’s how I would test it. Download the trial on both computers. Set it up on the first with your Dropbox account. Put the keychain inside a folder on said Dropbox. Then, share that folder with your girlfriend’s Dropbox account.