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    It would be nice to have a password marked as WiFi key. Add an action button to pop up a QR code. With that it would be handy to share WiFi passwords much more easily. Not an important wish, but a “nice to have”.
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    Problem solved by unchecking «Authorize Browsers With Verified Code Signatures Only» This is under Settings/Browser Settings/Browser Authorization
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    Hey @vampyren Thanks for reporting this issue. I have noted down this issue and notified the QA team to look into it. Thanks for your cooperation.
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    I bought Enpass and found it to be an excellent tool, all I really missed was the support for Enpass like Bitwarden already has. Much simpler and more practical to install the tool through the snap package, which not only already makes it available in the store, but also compatible with several distros. The process of having to add the enpass repository, is not a seven-headed bug, but it could be simplified and put the tool in greater evidence, with a snap.
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    I get that - its entering your password each time inorder for Enpass ti fill in Amazon’s user name.
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    Hey @Bob___ Thanks for writing back. We appreciate your suggestion. Please note that we already have a feature request for the same, which is aligned for implementation. Thanks for the co-operation.
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    Hello, ok, so here's how my sign-on screen to iCloud looks like: THere is a check box "Apple ID merken", which means "keep Apple ID", or "memorize Apple ID". I have never checked this box because I was waiting to see something like "keep me logged in" and the semantics of "keep Apple ID" is not the same as "keep me logged in". This was misleading me. So this time I have checked this box. Let's see what happens. From the descriptions so far I was waiting to see the "keep me signed in" check box after Enpass signs in to iCloud and not before. Sorry if this was the problem. Thanks for pointing this out so clearly.
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    I have solved my problem, after about a day's worth of troubleshooting. Enpass 6.x does not handle spaces correctly in the webdav url. Spaces in a url should be encoded as %20, and that's what I tried. It would always fail to sync. If I put them into a path that had no space, I could get it to sync to any arbitrary folder, so it wasn't a problem with arbitrary paths. When I however use an actual space character in the url (instead of url encoding) suddenly it started working. I will now begin the process of upgrading to 6.x on all my devices (5.x was getting rather painful at this point, since there haven't been browser plugins in a long time). Mostly I was forced to figure it out, since iOS decided to upgrade my phone without my permission.
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    Hello Garima, Thank you for your answer. I would be very pleased if your team could take this into account for the next Enpass update to better integrate the Windows Hello function into Enpass. But please also remember that you don't have to click on the Windows Hello smiley to use Windows hello Kind regards Bob
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    Hi, I like the Windows Hello support in Enpass. The main Enpass app launches always defaulting to asking for password, even when Windows Hello is enabled, requiring users to click on the smiley icon to start Windows Hello login. Can we change the app behaviour such that if Windows Hello is enabled, then it should be default in the main app? This is already the case with the Enpass extension in Chrome (and presumably for other browsers but I don't use them so I don't know for sure). It would be nice for this behaviour to be extended to the main app window too.
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    +1. This would be so helpfull.
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    @Pratyush Sharma @Kashish Especially the support of wildcard domains would also be very welcome: test.domain.de newtest.domain.de
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    Apparently there's a mimetype issue when it's calling the xdg-open command to go back to enpass during this process. I'll try to grab more screenshots later today/tomorrow.
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    Hi Pratyush Oops! Silly me! I assumed that the icons were linked to the record which I created from the Windows version. Sorry about that and thanks a lot for your answer. Works perfectly fine as soon as I enabled the option :-)
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    Yes, I would also be very interested in how Windows Hello can be used directly when unlocking the Windows 10 Enpass App. It's just very annoying if you have to click on the smiley face with the mouse first.
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    Yes, I would also be very interested in how Windows Hello can be used directly when unlocking the Windows 10 Enpass App. It's just very annoying if you have to click on the smiley face with the mouse first.
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    Thank you, deleted Appdata\Local\Packages . Now it works ✔
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    Samsung S10, Android 10 / Windows 10 Version 1909 Android: Version 6.4.4.353 / Windows 10: Version 6.4.2 (662) Windows Store x64 "Could not connect to the specified WebDav folder. Check your username and password." But the password and username are correct. The synchronization worked fine before (with the same settings, password, username) Yes it is. (In 24 hour format) Yes it was displayed before the manual disconnection. Now after the dissconect of course not anymore. *** UPDATE*** I found the problem. Mailbox.org has somehow changed the URL for WEBDAV access. At least this new URL works for me: https://dav.mailbox.org/servlet/webdav.infostore/Userstore/User Name (1) Nevertheless thank you for your time!
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