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  1. there are a few domains I encounter where a different port number requires a different login. could enpass be tweaked so that the match against a login is, "https://domain:port-number", and not just "https://domain.com" ? and also shouldn't https:// be enforceable and if not the case yet for certain sites, perhaps allow the enforcement with a checkbox? .. this could strengthen enpass' security as sometimes it is difficult to see whether a site is doing https or http. some browsers hide https at the front of the domain name... and sometimes partial support for https appears with a skewed image on the lock-icon of the site --- often I have to click on the lock-icon area to determine whether I am looking at http or https. just these small improvements can significantlty improve the security features for enpass. -- it will make the product a lot better imho... because then the user only has to set an "https-enable everywhere" checkbox and never have to worry about this. also, it gets annoying to determine which login I have to use because two services I often use are against the same domain with different port numbers(so this requires separate logins) -- could there also be a checkbox for domain-setting matchings? a simple checkbox for "port number matching" against a URL can really benefit users who frequent to sites similar like it. these are also not that great deal requests to implement, yet I presume other users must agree with these features as being an overall improvement for enpass, as Lets Encrypt is freely available everywhere and is no excuse to not having https-enforced for all websites. thanks
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  2. Just to add my voice, a version of Enpass for Linux (all flavors) on the Raspberry Pi would be most appreciated. I have just moved ALL of my daily computing to my new RPi4B-4GB desktop. It is quick and reliable and costs ~$100 after a monitor, mouse and keyboard have been acquired. I am running Ubuntu-Mate 20.04 and am very pleased. An 8GB unit would be indistinguishable in performance from ordinary, higher cost x86 desktop computers. Best regards, Steve
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  3. Hello @Abhishek Dewan, I can confirm that auto-fill on other webpages works fine. Only Synology DSM 7 doesn't work.
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  4. Hi @Abhishek Dewan! I've deleted the app and data off my Mac Book air several times and tried to sync with the same results. I just tried to do what you suggested and I'm still having the issue on my M1 Mac Book air. My iPhone and Mac mini sync fine. I'm using Enpass version 6.7.3 (888) downloaded from the Apple App Store. (See screenshot) As I stated above this issue is only affecting my M1 Mac Book Air and not my Mac mini or my iPhone. I'm on Mac OS 12.0.1 (see screenshot)
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