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  1. Thanks, @Garima Singh. I don't like giving negative feedback, but I'm feeling more and more disappointed by the app. I have an impression that you concentrate too much on delivering new features at the expense of improving UX-related details and fixing bugs. Sometimes I get overwhelmed. A couple of days ago I opened Enpass mini to an empty list of passwords. I couldn't search for anything, the list remained empty. I had to open the main window to search for a password. Just a moment ago I opened Enpass 6.6.0 (772) to see a transparent window (see the attachment). Searching in E
  2. Hey @Garima Singh, Unfortunately the main window still appears at the center of the screen on startup. I have the latest release installed: 6.6.0 (772).
  3. Hey @Garima Singh May I ask you if there is any progress on fixing this issue? Best regards, Mariusz
  4. Hey @Garima Singh, Now neither the menu bar icon nor the main window shows up. I'm not sure if you understood me correctly. My intention was to make the tool icon in the menu bar appear right after logging in, without the main window showing up at the center of the screen so that I don't have to close it every time I start my computer.
  5. Hey @Garima Singh, sorry for the delay, but it seems that the default account settings prevent auto-following posted content, so I received no email when you replied. The version is 6.5.2 (726):
  6. Hello! Since I upgraded macOS to the Big Sur release, Enpass starts on user login with its main window open in the center of the screen. Could you please fix it? AFAIR it used to open in the menu bar on startup, but now the main window opens as well. Thanks! Best regards, Mariusz Schimke
  7. Hello! When you enter a wrong master password and hit enter, a red circle appears around the padlock, and the password box get blocked for around 2 seconds. When I try to unlock Enpass, I happen to type a wrong password, but then start retyping it instantly. And then it turns out to be wrong again, then again, and again. Before I started paying attention what actually happens, I thought that I was typing a wrong password multiple times. The truth was that keyboard input was ignored during the two seconds, while red circle was visible and the password box was hidden. What I would expe
  8. Hello, @Garima Singh! I noticed that you added a very nice feature recently, that is the small pop-up notification ("Copied to clipboard") on copying a password by a keyboard shortcut. This way you know whether the password was actually copied or not. Would you consider adding similar notifications for the other two available shortcuts (copy user name, copy URL)? Thanks! Best regards, Mariusz
  9. @Pratyush Sharma, sorry, it didn't show up on the updates page of macOS, so I thought I had the latest version installed. I updated it to 6.5.0 (700) now, and I can still reproduce the issue, but in slightly different steps. Basically the password is copied correctly now when you select an item by mouse cursor or by arrow keys, but not when it is auto selected as you type a filter phrase. Quite and restart Enpass (required), Open assistant, type a phrase, press Command + Shift + P to copy the password of the selected item. The thing is that as you start typing, the
  10. Hi @Pratyush Sharma, thanks for your response. I've just tested Enpass 6.4.2 (668), and I can still reproduce the issue, so it seems that it hasn't been fixed yet.
  11. Hey @Garima Singh I think I'm able to reproduce the issue now. It seems that copying passwords from the assistant does not work until you go to the details of any item on the list. Quit Enpass and restart it, open assistant (I do it with a key combination), search for an item by typing a phrase in the search field, select any matched item on the list (by keyboard or by mouse click), press Command + Shift + P to copy the password of the item. And during my tests the password is not copied. To make it work properly you have to open the details of any item f
  12. For quick access, I use a keyboard shortcut to open the Assistant, then type in a phrase to find the entry I'm looking for, and copy the user name, password or whatever. It's really quick and convenient to do it this way, as you only use keyboard to do that. Sometimes, however, I need to access the same item more than once: to copy user name first, then password. As you know, when the Assistant window loses focus, it disappears (yes, I know there is the anchor icon for such cases, but it only slows me down, so I don't want to use it). So when you copy the user name of the entry and switch back
  13. In settings, there is an option to select which repository to use as the default one when adding new entries. The + button in the main window for adding a new entry displays a list of options, with the destination repository drop down list at the top, right? In 9 out of 10 cases I miss the drop down, intuitively thinking that the new entry will be added to the current repository, but I'm always wrong. Because of that, I always have to search for the newly added item, and move it manually to the repository I actually wanted it to be saved in. Please consider a change in the logic: wh
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