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  1. On 5/13/2018 at 9:25 AM, StephanP said:

    In the Windows Desktop version 5.6.6 I suggest the following Dutch language improvements:

    • Menu - File
      • Exit should be "Afsluiten Ctrl+Q"
    • Menu - View
      • Hide Sensitive should be "Wachtwoorden verbergen"
    • Settings - General
      • Geluidseffecten activeren
      • App minimaliseren naar systeemvak
      • App automatisch opstarten
    • Settings - Security - Masterpassword
      • Hoofdwachtwoord wijzigen
    • Settings - Security - Autolock
      • Vergrendelen als het systeem in slaapstand gaat
      • Vergrendelen als het systeem vergrendeld wordt
    • Settings - Security - View
      • Wachtwoorden verbergen
    • Settings - Security - Clipboard
      • Klembord wissen na
    • Settings - Synchronisation should be "Synchronisatie"
      • Nu synchroniseren
    • Settings - Browser
      • TOTP na gebruik automatisch kopiëren
    • Settings Backup
      • Back-up (with dash) is the correct Dutch spelling
      • Nu back-up should be "Back-up nu" or "Nu back-up uitvoeren"
    • Settings - Advanced - Reset
      • Resetten should be "Herstellen"
      • Alles wissen
      • Gegevens en instellingen worden permanent verwijderd van dit apparaat. Gegevens die in de cloud zijn opgeslagen worden niet verwijderd.
    • Settings - Advanced - Taal
      • "Gelijk aan systeemtaal" or "Standaard"

    If you need hands-on assistance in improving Dutch language support in Enpass, then I would be happy to dig in.
    Please let me know.

    Stephan

    In the latest version 5.6.9 above issues are still in place.
    Furthermore, when viewing or opening a database item, the following field names are not translated:

    • Username (should be Gebruikersnaam)
    • Password (should be Wachtwoord)

    Apart from forementioned obvious errors there's lots of Dutch wording in Enpass that could be improved, e.g. excessive use of Caps and other Anglicism.
    I repeat my offer: Please allow me to help you improve the Dutch translation.

  2. In the Windows Desktop version 5.6.6 I suggest the following Dutch language improvements:

    • Menu - File
      • Exit should be "Afsluiten Ctrl+Q"
    • Menu - View
      • Hide Sensitive should be "Wachtwoorden verbergen"
    • Settings - General
      • Geluidseffecten activeren
      • App minimaliseren naar systeemvak
      • App automatisch opstarten
    • Settings - Security - Masterpassword
      • Hoofdwachtwoord wijzigen
    • Settings - Security - Autolock
      • Vergrendelen als het systeem in slaapstand gaat
      • Vergrendelen als het systeem vergrendeld wordt
    • Settings - Security - View
      • Wachtwoorden verbergen
    • Settings - Security - Clipboard
      • Klembord wissen na
    • Settings - Synchronisation should be "Synchronisatie"
      • Nu synchroniseren
    • Settings - Browser
      • TOTP na gebruik automatisch kopiëren
    • Settings Backup
      • Back-up (with dash) is the correct Dutch spelling
      • Nu back-up should be "Back-up nu" or "Nu back-up uitvoeren"
    • Settings - Advanced - Reset
      • Resetten should be "Herstellen"
      • Alles wissen
      • Gegevens en instellingen worden permanent verwijderd van dit apparaat. Gegevens die in de cloud zijn opgeslagen worden niet verwijderd.
    • Settings - Advanced - Taal
      • "Gelijk aan systeemtaal" or "Standaard"

    If you need hands-on assistance in improving Dutch language support in Enpass, then I would be happy to dig in.
    Please let me know.

    Stephan

  3. The Enpass browser extension communicates with Enpass that is installed on the system.

    Quite often, system administrators limit/restrict the installation of software on company PC's and laptops and under such a regime it may not be possible to install the main Enpass program.
    Installation of browser extensions however will generally be possible.
    Would it be possible to enhance the functionality of the browser extension to work without a local installation of Enpass and to connect autonomously with the Vault file on OneDrive, GDrive, DropBox, etc?

    This is a point where the LastPass browser extension has a major advantage over the Enpass combo installation.

  4. I'm coming from LastPass.

    When the LastPass browser extension detects a login that is not present in the vault, it pops up a message suggesting to add this login to the database.
    Upon confirmation it creates a new entry with the url, the username and the password ready filled in, leaving the user only some minor edits as necessary.
    Possibly, LastPass can do this because it has a direct connection with the Vault at the LastPass server, but I think that the same can be established between the Enpass browser extension and the Enpass app running on the local system.

  5. On 14-11-2017 at 8:04 PM, Robin said:

    Logging in to a microsoft account is a 2-step process. First fill in E-mail and submit, then fill password and submit.
    When I use Enpass autofill:

    • It fills the e-mail correctly and submits
    • Next page (password-page) I immediatly get an error "account or password incorrect, try again"
    • I can use autofill again for the password and it logs me in without problems.

    Same experience here. Unlike LastPass, Enpass does not (yet) know how to handle Microsoft's 2-step approach.
    I hope that this can be fixed soon as it is pretty annoying.

  6. I've learned that Enpass offers two types of autofill login

    • By pressing the [Ctrl] [/] key combination
    • By clicking the Enpass toolbar icon 

    If a single corresponding accounts exist in the password vault, then the username and password will be automatically filled in.
    If multiple accounts are in the vault, you can double click the selected account in a dropdown list.

    I personally like the fact that Enpass does NOT automatically fillls the login form immediately the website is opened. Logging into a website with Enpass requires a deliberate action from me, which I regard as an extra layer of security. I'm also a user of LastPass and I find its fully automatied login too easy, particularly while it seldomly asks me for the main password.

    I find the Ctrl-/ key combination very handy AND I very much like the automated [Enter] upon filling the username and password, which is not present with LastPass.

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