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  1. I see 6.0.6 shows the "Updated At" date/time in the history list. Don't know if that's new or I just missed it before, but it helps with this issue. Thanks.
  2. Sorry for not replying. After I got 6.0.6 today the scrolling of history is working. Note sure if you fixed it, or I wasn't doing it right before. I do see that there's no scroll bar in the history window, but I can use the mouse wheel or click and drag to scroll. So, my problem is addressed. Thanks.
  3. I right click a field and select "History." I'm shown as many historical entries as will fit in the window, but I can't scroll to older ones. I can maximize the window to see a few more, but I have a long list of history and I need to select older values. Win7 and Win10 have same problem.
  4. I appreciate the new "Expire After ..." field when editing passwords. However, please show the expiration date/time as one of the attributes of the password. I can go to the "Audit" area and see if a password is expired, but that's not what I'm looking for. What I need is to see the password expiration date/time when I call up the entry. Make sure you're handling time zones correctly by either showing the time zone, or at least making sure the time is displayed in the time zone of the device. I regularly maintain passwords that expire after 72 hours, and knowing the exact time that a password will expire is useful. Currently I'm still resorting to a manually created and maintained field where I type in the expiration date/time each time I edit a new one of these passwords. Also, it would useful, when specifying the password expiration, to be able to specify more than just the number of days. If the actual password expiration date/time was presented as a date/time field that could be edited, that would satisfy this need. Again, make sure time zones are handled properly. I sync across several devices of different operating systems, and those devices operate in different time zones. As a quick partial solution maybe the "History" of a field could show the current value and the date that value was set, as well as showing all the field's historical values. Then, if I know that, for example, this password expires every three days, a quick mental calculation while viewing the date that I set the current value will tell me if I need to reset my password soon.
  5. I hope you're being sarcastic ... No, I was serious. Sorry I missed your tone. I see it now. Anyway, my point is that the model of paying once and then forever getting an updated and secure piece of software seems to be a bait and switch by design. How can software development be funded that way long-term? I think that long term a project either needs to go open source and fend for itself it in the wild, or it needs a steady stream of income that doesn't rely on an endlessly-growing user base.
  6. Is there a way to unlock the premium features under Win 7?
  7. Agreed. I'm probably not as upset as the OP, but, still, a simple subscription fee to fund ongoing operations is probably easier for everyone, including the developers, to operate under. I'd pay, for example, USD 0.99 a month on Android, and then another USD 0.99 a month on iOS, just to rely on a solid, forward-thinking password manager year after year.
  8. This problem has gone away for now. I don't know why, but lately whenever I send Enpass to the background on this device it displays just a white background. Now everything on the app's screen is hidden when it goes to the background. This is good. I might play around with the settings to see if I can reproduce the problem, but at this point I'm just glad it's working better.
  9. My Enpass version is 5.5.3. As as far as allowing screenshots, I don't have that option under Settings->Advanced, or under any of the settings submenus. I can capture screenshots in general by just pressing the Power and Volume Down buttons at the same time. However, when I try to capture a screenshot of my Enpass Settings->Advanced menu then I get an error notification, "Couldn't capture screenshot.". It seems Enpass is preventing that.
  10. On my BlackBerry Priv running Android 6.0.1 fields flagged as "Sensitive" reveal themselves when the app is sent to the background. If there are any sensitive fields near the top of the entry then they become visible. Even if the app isn't currently displaying a specific entry, then when I background the app some recent entry I was viewing is displayed and any sensitive fields in view are revealed. Note that under "Settings -> Security" I have selected "Hide Sensitive." Sensitive fields should not be revealed when the app is sent to the background.
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