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  1. As reported in these, (1.,2., 3.), forum threads as of last Thursday, (2019-09-05), iCloud authorization/sync is no longer working with Enpass across Windows, Linux and Mac OS platforms. In my case, the following specific combinations result in the iCloud Authentication errors, reported at the top of this thread; Windows 10 Pro, Version 1903, OS build 18362.329 Enpass 6.1.2 (432) Firefox 69.0 (64-bit) Microsoft Edge 44.18362.329.0 Manjaro Linux 18.0.4 Enpass 6.1.1 (451) Firefox 69.0 (64 bit) (current versions of most of the other browsers available in the Arch repositorie
  2. Anshu, This issue exists across clients and platforms. I reported in this thread here, that I'm having the same issue with the Windows, Linux, and Android, Enpass clients. It would be helpful if there was some consolidated response to this iCloud sync issue as it does not only apply to Mac Enpass clients. Thanks, Jason
  3. I've also discovered that I can no longer reauthorize my Enpass client on my Android phone using either Chrome or Firefox, with my iCloud account.
  4. The Linux Enpass client has a three pane view with the menu options available horizontally across the top of the app, and the left panel displays the Categories, Tags, and Audit information. The Windows client has the menu options running vertically, and the same panel that's visible on the left side of the Linux client, is collapsed in the Windows client and must be opened to look at the categories, etc. How can I make the Windows client layout be identical to the Linux client 3 pane layout? TIA..
  5. I have had this problem consistently on my PC running Windows 10 Pro, Version 1903, OS build 18362.329, using Enpass 6.1.2 (432), as well as when running Manjaro Linux 18.0.4, using Enpass 6.1.1 (451). When Enpass instructed me to reauthorize with my iCloud account, I first tried resyncing, and then I disconnected and tried to setup the iCloud sync as new. After multiple attempts over a 12 hour period, I consistently received the same "Authentication Error This action could not be completed" error messages described in this thread. Under Windows 10 I tried both of the following browsers w
  6. Thanks djsmiley! I just copied your ebuild to my local overlay, digested it, and then emerged Enpass 6 into my system. I did manually chmod+x both /opt/enpass/Enpass and /opt/enpass/importer_enpass. However, then not only did the new Enpass icon show up correctly in my Gnome Applications -> Accesories menu, but when I setup my Enpass sync, the enpassauth call was correctly handled by Firefox, and I was asked if I wanted to open Enpass to handle the link. I clicked to open it in Enpass, and sync was correctly setup. I didn't need to do anything else. Jason
  7. Thanks very much Vinod. Installing sys-process/lsof and then a reboot, indeed fixed my browser connection issue completely. Now everything appears to be working fine. In terms of the "QSQLCIPHER driver not loaded" error condition, I'm not sure exactly what the issue was. The thing I was seeing was when I selected "Minimize App to System Tray", the app would autorun, (even though I had not selected it to), and I would get the error condition described. I was confused as to how exactly Enpass could be set to autorun, when I had not specifically selected it. Right now I'm running t
  8. I performed a clean install of 5.4.1 using the Enpass installer, in favor of the Gentoo ebuild. One of the reasons is that the installer installs a decent uninstall tool, which does not get installed with the Gentoo ebuild. I also specifically installed the software as sudo/root, and installed Enpass into /opt/Enpass. I think that I recreated the "QSQLCIPHER driver not loaded" condition when I specifically select the "Minimize App to System Tray" option in the Enpass settings. Prior to selecting that option, I rebooted my system several times and Enpass didn't autostart, and I could open
  9. Hello, I'm having two problems with Enpass 5.4.1 on a new Gentoo Linux / KDE Plasma 5 system. The initial installation works fine and I can sync and open my wallet without issue. However, the first problem is that I cannot get a connection to any browser. I've tried Firefox, Chromium, and Vivaldi, with the plugin installed from their respective official sites, and they all give the Enpass connection error page. The only similar thread reporting this problem here is this one, and they mentioned that starting Enpass first, and then the browser, worked for them, however it doesn't work
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