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  1. Hey @Garima Singh, Are there any news regarding the reported issue? I mean the original post (the main window opens on macOS startup and asks for scanning a finger). 6.6.1 (804) and still no changes here. Best regards, Mariusz
  2. 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 Enpass mini does not always let you copy a password with the keyboard shortcut without manually selecting/focusing an item that is already selected. When you open Enpass mini and type the main password, then click CMD + E to open the main window, it asks you for the main password for the second time, or even if there appears the fingerprint icon, you have to click it manually to authorize with your finger, as if it wasn't obvious that this is the preferred method. You won't believe how frustrating it becomes when it repeats over and over again. You can go super secure or ignorant about such details, but at some point the user may feel that they would rather prefer to use the same password everywhere not to have to use a password manager. Sometimes I still close Enpass coincidentally (CMD + Q), so the global keyboard shortcut for showing Enpass mini becomes unavailable. Still Enpass mini and Enpass are a single app, so closing the main window closes Enpass mini too. I loved Enpass at the beginning especially because of its price value ratio compared to other solutions, like 1Password, that I find great, yet slightly too expensive. At this point, however, I'm starting to thinking that paying more may have a positive aspect of becoming less frustrated. I apologize for all these thoughts, but maybe it will be something to consider for you. Unless I'm one of few, in which case my point of view is dismissible. Cheers!
  3. 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).
  4. Hey @Garima Singh May I ask you if there is any progress on fixing this issue? Best regards, Mariusz
  5. 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.
  6. 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):
  7. 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
  8. 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 expect intuitively is that keyboard input is not ignored, and that pressing any key brings back the password box, before the 2-second delay passes. This way no key pressed could be ignored, letting the user access their password vaults quicker. Would you consider an improvement here? Thanks! Best regards, Mariusz Schimke
  9. 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
  10. @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 first item is always selected blue. When you type a phrase that selects the appropriate item for you, it is natural that you don't select it manually (it's already blue). This is the case when the key combination still fails.
  11. 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.
  12. 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 first. I have an impression that the details view is not created until you open it for the first time, and maybe it is responsible for catching key presses?
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