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  1. I'm not familiar with Reflect, but if you don't want to use any sort of cloud synching, you can use local WiFi sync, though that will require having another desktop instance of Enpass running in your local network. https://www.enpass.io/wifi-sync/ Alternately, you could set up a NAS and use that with WebDAV to serve as the central sync point.
  2. That’s not an Enpass-specific issue. That doesn’t work on the Mac with any third-party password manager. There’s no API at this point to add other managers to login prompts outside the browser (that I’ve been able to find). Developers can only support iCloud Keychain. Even the iCloud Keychain option was only recently added, in Monterey.
  3. So FaceID doesn’t work at all on your iPad or it just doesn’t work in Enpass? If it doesn’t work at all, have you tried setting up FaceID again from the settings app?
  4. Hi @Bustr, It might be worth re-reading your initial post, because you did not, at any point, say you were referring to logging into Enpass itself, just that you wanted to be able to view passwords as you typed them in. Hence my question. Pro tip: Try not to alienate people trying to help you. It will make it harder for you to get help in the future. Cheers!
  5. Actually, iCloud isn't ruled out. I use my iCloud vaults just fine on Windows. Dropbox is another option that works on a wide variety of platforms.
  6. Right now, with iOS 15, an extension isn't likely to fix this issue. It didn't with 1Password and their native extension. However, there are a lot of good reasons to move to a native iOS extension and perhaps a future version of iOS will allow for third party integrations like this.
  7. If your issue is that you feel you can’t get the V7 download, you can still access V7 from the “Using an older computer” section. For example, here: https://1password.com/downloads/windows/ or from here: https://app-updates.agilebits.com
  8. I think this is an iOS thing and not an Enpass thing. No password manager I have ever used on iOS has ever offered to save a new login from within other applications or Safari. iOS simple does not pass the needed details onto a password manager like it does on the desktop. The only way around it that I recall from 1Password was to use the browser (web) view from within 1Password to save a login, but as I recall, even this was hit-or-miss and it was awkward to use in practice. Perhaps a future major release of iOS will allow for third party password managers to receive login details like on the desktop, but who knows.
  9. You mean being able to see the password as you type it in to a new entry (like a login) within Enpass? You can view what you are typing or have typed already. Just click on the eye icon in any private field (like password) to see everything without obfuscation.
  10. If you could set up or access third party sync services anywhere you happen to use the portable version on, then probably.
  11. https://www.enpass.io/release-notes/android/ The Android version is on exactly the same major version (6.7) as every other platform, so the answer is clearly no.
  12. The two are currently capable of reading the same vault files, but it would be up to you to figure out how to sync them. It really depends on what you are capable of doing on any remote machine you’re using the portable version on. Can you mount or access a remote storage location on these other computers? Do you even have Internet access?
  13. Honestly, that plus addressing thing doesn’t stop any but the absolute dumbest spammers. They know anything with a + in the address is just a filtering method and usually just email the source account without the + content. It will only stop legitimate mail sources (which one could do by asking to be removed from their mailing list anyway). Plus addressing is meant to make it easier for the email address owner to sort messages as they come in. If you want to actually stop spammers, you need an address that can’t be easily linked back to the source (real) email account. This means setting up a forwarder of some kind. iCloud offers exactly this on-the-spot during sign up (and it even lets you keep notes about each address you set up to remind you in the future what it is used for). I have my own domains, and I set up the forwarders on-the-spot. This works well, but isn’t as convenient.
  14. https://www.enpass.io/downloads/ scroll down to the Windows Website version. Click. Download. Profit.
  15. Go into Privacy and Security and add Enpass Portable to Full Disk Access. That is what I had to do to get it to work. macOS restricts apps from reading/writing stuff to your computer from downloads and other temporary areas.
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