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  1. Glad it's working again. The issue as I understand it is that Dropbox stops the reconnection because it sees the same Enpass app as already connected/authenticated. So only by disconnecting the app in Dropbox is Enpass then allowed to reconnect to your Dropbox account.
  2. 100 Watt Walrus - I use Windows rather than Mac and Enpass 6.51 (723) and I also sync with Dropbox. I had a similar issue some time ago and found if I logged in to my Dropbox account and disconnected Enpass from the Connected Apps menu, I was then able to set up Dropbox again in Epass and stay logged in. You may have already done this, but thought it worth mentioning.
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    Enpass Backups

    JJK I have four 'copies' of the vault. The active vault file (used by the Enpass desktop), the cloud stored vault (auto-synced by the Enpass desktop) and the Autobackup file(s) that I also independently sync to a different cloud storage service. The vault is setup with a keyfile which I also back up and independently encrypt, as it is purely a text file. Using a separate keyfile I know the cloud stored backups can't be opened without my email address, master password 'and' the keyfile. I often clear out older backups from the auto-backup folder to limit the folder's size over time. If you wished to keep much older versions of previous backup files you could simply upload those to a separate cloud storage service (dedicated to just those files). If you wished to later free up the space on your computer just go to your cloud and manually move older backups out of the 'sync' folder and into a separate cloud-only 'archive' folder. I would only do that if the vault was secured with a keyfile 'and' the e-mail address used for that cloud account was 'not' the same address as for your Enpass account. With only backup files in the cloud and a different e-mail address; if the account was hacked, the hackers would have no personal information they could use to link the backup files to you. They would simply find multiple encrypted files that couldn't be opened or used.
  4. Dear Enpass Just to add to the conversation, I like the X button working as it currently does. Unlike other software, a password manager requires the app to be both running 'and' logged in for it to function and if pressing X were to shut Enpass down (logging the user out), I suspect many would discover (after a failed website login) they had accidentally shut down Enpass, rather than close it to taskbar. It could lead to more operational inconsistency. If you did decide to make the change, it would be helpful if the user had the 'option' of whether pressing X shut down the app completely or simply continued to close it to the taskbar. Thank you for any future developments.
  5. Hello Garima Thank you for investigating, I'm glad I wasn't going just going bananas! I look forward to future updates.
  6. Hello Garima Thank you for replying. In Enpass two Google entries are shown as: Username: My Screen Name E-Mail: Account E-Mail Password: Password Prior to the issue I've reported; when logging in to Google, Enpass would correctly enter the e-mail and then the password. It would correctly, not use the Username as part of the login. Approximately a week ago, without any change to Enpass software, or to the entries within Enpass, when logging into Google the Username was now pasted into the login window. I've changed nothing at all, but for whatever reason the Username is the first item pasted in, whereas before it was the e-mail. If I modify the above entry so it shows as below the log in process will operate correctly. Username: Account E-Mail E-Mail: Account E-Mail Password: Password If I create a new Google entry with the Username as before, Enpass will again wrongly enter that Username. Your colleagues may wish to try a Google entry with: Username: Your Screen Name E-Mail: Account E-Mail Password: Password And see which information is entered first, it should be the e-mail, but for me at the moment it is now the text from the Username section that is entered. I'm wondering whether Google may have changed the login section and that might now trigger Enpass to enter the Username text rather than the e-mail. As mentioned this is true with all three desktop versions and both Chrome and Firefox extensions. Regards Thoughts?
  7. Hello Garima Just to let you know: 6.5.1 (723), 6.5.2 (725) and 6.5.2 (727) have not resolved the manually adjusted app size error. So pressing Exit with the app full screen will still override any previous manually adjusted app size.
  8. Windows 10 Enpass Desktop 6.5.1 (723) & 6.5.2 (725) & 6.5.2 (727) - Chrome Extension 6.5.1 & Firefox Extension 6.5.1 When trying to login to Google, the User Name (Screen Name) is entered rather than the e-mail address. If I edit the Enpass entry to change the User Name to the e-mail address it functions correctly. The behavior is the same in both Google Chrome 86.0.42 and Firefox 81.02 and is specific to Google (other logins function normally). It seems to be a change 'by' Google because even older versions of Enpass (6.5.1) that previously entered the e-mail address now exhibit the same fault. If I create a new login from a Google template the same thing happens. The entry as mentioned can be modified so it does work correctly, but thought it worth letting you know the error.
  9. Hello Pratyush Windows 10 Pro 1909 / Enpass 6.5..0 (707) With Enpass 6.5.0 installed no ‘rogue’ single duplicate password entries at present, but I had previously cleared those (by restoring my vault from a json file) prior to the installation of 6.5.0 so I’m unable to say if anything has changed in relation to that. If the app is closed while full screen it still overrides the manually adjusted app size, so as before the window size at Exit is the one Enpass stores as its restore down size. Let me know if you require further information. Regards, Thoughts?
  10. golfball – As a bit of further info. Images work best if square or inside a square frame. Try to keep images at around 600 x 600 or smaller. Jpeg or png can be used if app theme is white, if app theme is black, png images look the cleanest. GIMP image editor is very effective at converting ico files (common for logos) to a png file and place rectangular logos within a square frame so it's correctly displayed within Enpass. I’ve attached an alternative transparent Google logo as an example.
  11. Sorry it didn't. I've had the same issue. There appears to be a glitch where Enpass gets confused about specific passwords. I had multiple items show as different 'identical' password entries, four items with a (1) against each. One of the items cleared with my first suggestion, one with the second and later two others, that simply wouldn't clear. In the end I exported my vault as a json file created a backup and disconnected my cloud sync, just to be safe, then deleted the old vault and re-imported the json file and found the identical password errors had gone. I then deleted my old cloud backup and started a new sync. There's a bit of work involved, but it did work! But obviously only consider this if you're comfortable doing it.
  12. bestpika – If of any help, creating a duplicate of the problematic item, modifying it slightly (change its name) then deleting the original can sometimes clear the problem. An alternative version of this is to copy all the details of the item (to notepad etc), delete the item and clear it from Trash. Finally create a new entry from your saved details.
  13. Browser used was Firefox 79.0 64 Bit. Browser Extension 6.4.0 I did not test 6.5.0 in other browsers, but the non-beta release 6.4.2 worked across both Firefox 79 and Google Chrome 84. Log in issue was specific to 6.5.0, Firefox 79.0 and those three sites. I have today, following your reply, updated Firefox to 80.0 and reinstalled 6.5.0 Beta and on testing it now works with the three sites in question. There may have been a glitch, but the latest version of Firefox 80.0 and Google Chrome 84.0 both appear to work correctly with 6.5.0 Beta. Thank you for the investigation and hopefully it's sorted itself.
  14. Windows 10 1909 64Bit – Enpass 6.5 (Beta) & 6.4.2 After updating desktop software from 6.4.2 to 6.5 (Beta) multiple sites fail to log in. Clicking on a browser extension entry, log in details are entered but multiple sites simply ignore them. No error is displayed, by the website, it’s as though they don’t even see the text. Only if I manually copy and paste the log in details is the log in accepted. If I then uninstall 6.5 (Beta) and reinstall 6.4.2 the same log in procedure now works correctly. I installed 6.5 (Beta) twice and in every case the error was the same and resolved by reinstalling 6.4.2. Websites tested GMX, 33mail and Kaspersky
  15. It's simply saying any separate documents, photos etc. that might be stored with any of your entries will not be exported in the CSV file. CSV is a purely text based file so can only handle the form contents: URLs, e-mails, passwords etc. Proceed to file name and location, press Export and the CSV will be exported to your chosen folder.
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