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  1. That limit is to support very small dataset for free, it's probably not a priority for Enpass to allow user to provide configuration for that, it would require database-scheme upgrade for all users just to support free users. Having more than 20-25 items is meant to lead to subscription
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  2. Re: Universal app - the staff addressed this and they said it will be released in the Q2 of 2022. Meaning by the end of June, so, we'd have to wait I guess.
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  3. That’s not an Enpass-specific issue. That doesn’t work on the Mac with any third-party password manager. There’s no API at this point to add other managers to login prompts outside the browser (that I’ve been able to find). Developers can only support iCloud Keychain. Even the iCloud Keychain option was only recently added, in Monterey.
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  4. Hello Enpass! First of all, thanks for updating the browser extension, it's a really amazing tool now! I just have one tiny question, maybe I missed it in my search on Google and around the forums here, maybe I just miss something, I don't know. But I was wondering if it's possible to use wildcards in the Inline Autofill Popup Menu blocklist. Reason being is I also use Enpass for my personal accounts at work (like the password for my business e-mail account), where we also have another password manager for the business wide password credentials (sensitive internal information, internal credentials etc). On our dev environments, I have two passwords managers that would like to be used, the URLs are quite the same, like appXX.dev.domain.tld. In this case, it would be useful to just add *.dev.domain.tld on the blocklist, but it seems it doesn't do anything currently and it would be amazing if it did! Keep up the great work you're doing, I really love using Enpass! Thanks for making me forget my passwords! Kind regards, Mokaraa
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  5. Peter, try this if you’ve given up on accessing the original vault: Unlink your old vault from iCloud or where ever you sync it and move the vault from iCloud (or whatever) Create a new vault, restore the backup to that new vault, set up iCloud synching (or something similar), then delete Enpass from your phone. Reinstall it, register it with your email account and then restore the new vault from where ever you sync it. Unfortunately, on iOS at least, you cannot sync a new vault without knowing the password to the existing one. That’s why you need to remove and reinstall the app so you can get in.
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