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kingliam last won the day on November 24 2021

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  1. With articles seeming to pop up every month like this one about Dashlane supporting passkeys or 1Password supporting passkeys by this summer, or with big names like Google, Microsoft, and Apple committing to support for FIDO standards, it makes me question -- is Enpass going to stay ahead of the curve and prioritize passkeys into the Enpass roadmap, or are we going to get left behind playing catch up for the next few years? I know the list of sites currently supporting passkeys is still small, but the list is ever-growing and this seems to be the future that is coming. With big tech adopting passkeys, seems like smaller sites will soon follow suit (see Microsoft, Paypal and Google)
  2. For anyone else who comes across this, I was able to fix the issue by completely removing/uninstalling the addon from Firefox and then re-installing it. Maybe the extension got corrupted while updating.
  3. After some more debugging, I've discovered that the hotkey "⌘⇧." is permanently wired to open this settings page for Enpass even if I clear all of the keyboard shortcuts and/or set them to other hotkeys. Prior to the latest update, this didn't happen. I don't have any global Enpass or other hotkeys setup. This hotkey is hard wired to the settings page in Firefox.
  4. After the latest update, the hotkey no longer autofills the username and password on any website. Instead, it opens a new tab showing the browser "Enpass Settings" page. I have tried resetting the hotkey under both "Activate the extension" and "Autofill or show Enpass" sections under the settings. Both open the "Enpass Settings" page in a new tab. Browser version: Firefox v 94.0.1 (x64) (current as of Nov 20, 2021) I've attached a screenshot of the page its opening. I don't have any global shortcuts setup.
  5. Just wanted to chime in of support of this being a bug. In Enpass v5, searches were nearly instantaneous. Slow searching is something that has plagued Enpass v6 and has yet to be fixed. Enpass 6 broke a lot of things, but slow search seems to be one of the last lingering issues that never got prioritized to be fixed.
  6. Enpass v5 was fast and snappy both on Android and Desktop, but v6 is still really sluggish for me (both on Android and Desktop)
  7. Log into Google Drive in your browser > click the gear icon > then "Settings" > the "Manage Apps". Enpass v6 stores the data here in the private application data space. This is what broke my cross platform sync as my Mac was syncing to a file in my Google Drive and my phone was syncing directly to the private Drive application space -- causing the Enpass databases to diverge. This said, ENPASS should allow people the OPTION to sync to either the private application space or to a file in drive (just like v5 did)
  8. This seems like an appropriate thread the air my grievances Enpass 6 feels like a failure to me as well. My upgrade process wasn't as complicated as some of yours, but unfortunately sync between my Mac and phone is now broken. Syncing between devices is the most basic feature that a password manager must support and its completely not working now! Also, lets talk about design for a minute. The Mac app honestly looks really bad to me. The v5 version wasn't gorgeous, but it was very functional and it just worked. The v6 app feels like some weird port from some other OS AND --not to hurt someone's feelings -- but it feels like it was designed by a programmer. Windows sliding from the right feels super strange and overall the Mac app just feels really clunky now. Search is a lot slower, scrolling is less performant, and there is a lot more UI clutter that could have been better arranged. The Android app doesn't fall fall from the tree. The app feels way less performant and the UI feels really cluttered now. v5 had a smooth clean Android app. v6 just feels clunky. So here's what I'm hoping for: The beauty of have a self cloud for password management is that technically we shouldn't be dependent on any external system. Is there any way for us to downgrade to v5? I don't need extra vaults, a dark theme, or any of the new features. I just want back the password manager that I loved. I only upgraded because the chrome app forced me to, but I would love to just stay permanently on v5. I'm not trying to hurt anyone's feelings at Enpass as I know you guys have worked hard on this upgrade for a year and were probably really hoping the community would like it, but I just really want to keep using v5.
  9. I'm having the same problem with my android. I can no longer sync between my phone and desktop. And despite what some may like, I actually think the new look is kind-of ugly for Android. The app feels way less performant, search is slow, and the UI feels really cluttered now. It just doesn't feel like the smooth clean Android app we had in v5. UI wise, I might be able to hold my breath and deal with it, but not being able to sync between my phone and the cloud really kills the usefulness of Enpass all together
  10. I'd love the option to disable "Enpass" from appearing in the context menus of browser extensions (chrome). Most extensions offer this option. I'd love to see this added to the enpass options page.
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