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  1. Thanks for the detailed instructions. I had removed the beta repo since last November. And I had tried the `enpass-beta` in the official repo yesterday. Anyway, I followed your instructions to the letter and I have 6.6.0.761 installed: Yet the freezing/crash still consistently occurs when clicking on an item in the list. So maybe I am facing a separate issue? I guess I have to remain patient. It is not a dealbreaker for me at the moment, and I am not going to bother debugging this further because I can still use the Enpass extension in Firefox, and I am mostly using Enpass on my phones and on a Windows PC for work.
  2. That is great news! Thank you Enpass devs! On my Ubuntu-based distro I see that the beta version is currently at 6.0. Does anyone know when I can expect 6.6 to land? In the meantime I will patiently continue to wait. No need to switch password managers luckily.
  3. Hello, just writing to inform you that I am also still experiencing the issue. Last time (about 6 weeks ago) I tried giving you some more details, but the forum's validator was preventing me from doing so, and I gave up. Do you have any updates on what is going on? The appeal of Enpass to me was from the very beginning that it's truly cross-platform, but now I have not been able to use it on my Linux distro for the last couple of weeks.
  4. Hello, I'm sorry if I am hijacking this issue, but lately I have constant crashes for the Enpass app on an Ubuntu-based GNOME distro (Pop!_OS). The crash always happens when I try to open one entry for an account or use the search box. If I wait long enough eventually the details for an account are rendered, but are glitching out (UI elements are radially moving outwards). I'll try if I can get debug logs going and make video's of the visual glitches.
  5. I would like to second this. I'm also trying out Firefox Nightly (57) and it's great. It shouldn't be too difficult to port the Chrome extension to Firefox as the WebExtension API is based on the one for Chrome and Opera. I'm on Fedora 26 with Firefox 57.0a1 (2017-08-06) (64-bits), Enpass 5.5.6 and Enpass Add-on 5.4.3.
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