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aristosv

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  1. Unfortunately the new enpass version brings multiple annoyances, reduced efficiency, and a complete disregard to GUI design rules. The interface is counter intuitive and counter productive. There is no consistency throughout the experience, and my actual work process became much slower, either trying to find the required functionality, or waiting for enpass to perform its tasks. To open the enpass windows app, you have to click on the taskbar icon, click the 3 lines menu, and select open enpass. In the previous version it was a simple double-click on the taskbar icon. When searching for credentials in the enpass windows app, there's a delay of at least 4 seconds before the enpass application responds to any input. After a computer restart I have to wait for at least 10 seconds for the chrome plugin, while it searches for the windows application. In the previous version it was an instant password prompt. There are multiple other minor annoyances which when put together, significantly affect my efficiency when looking for passwords. And even though I paid for the iOS app, today I started searching for a new password manager software. It's a shame really because enpass was amazingly good before this "upgrade". Approving this "upgrade" for public release was not a very good decision. Please take this as constructive feedback, since I'm a fan of enpass and I would love it to succeed. This new version though was a bad decision.
  2. Today I was forced to update to the latest version, because the chrome plugin was no longer compatible with the version of enpass I was running. After the update, I am no longer able to press Alt+X while using Chrome, to get the password list. This is how I had it configured before the update. Now I only have the option to define a Ctrl+Alt+ another key. So that's three keys instead of an easy Alt+X that I could press with my left hand. So I'm either missing something, or I can no longer use enpass like I used to.
  3. Is there a way to configure Enpass, to automatically fill the login form, without having to press Ctrl+/ ? If there's only one set of credentials for a website, then there's no reason to select anything. The only available credentials should be filed automatically. Is there a way to do this? Thanks
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