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  1. @Vikram Dabas Bug Report: latest version brought back the bizarre CPU usage. Past betas have been fine. Please let us know when the CPU Usage regression is fixed again! @djohannes I'm pretty sure that I've seen a few times that the Android Runtime Container does not have access to the fingerprint sensor. Enpass certainly doesn't, and IIRC one of the other major password managers had this chat on Reddit. There's current neither access nor plans to give it. Probably a bug to star somewhere but I've never found it. --EDIT-- Just received the update (6.1.0.225) and so far I don't seem to be having the CPU issues. I'll report if I do. I am having the same "Jumps up into focus when it locks" issue that we had in the past. Is that a demon that needs to be re-exorcised too?
  2. Hi @Vikram Dabas. Thanks for taking the time to reply to my rant. You clearly sensed my frustration as I was wiping all things Enpass off my Slate and reinstalling the stable version. Thanks for getting the CPU Drain fix pushed out (to you and/or the team). I'm back in the beta boat. It's tough - we're the ungrateful consumers constantly begging for updates and features while whining about costs. But then again especially beta testers are donating our devices (some of which are pretty high value) to you to make your product more marketable. It's a tough tension. I look forward to seeing how you guys resolve it. In any event, I've grabbed the last two updates to the beta. Everything seems fast and fluid. There are two things that should still be looked at: I'm assuming that the Enpass Service notification will be mandatory; if that's the case, then please confirm. In any event, there's a typo in it: it reads "Enpass Autofill Serive" When the app has been running for a while and you go to close it, sometimes it keeps popping up as many as three times. Current setup causing it: Running a Pixel Slate in Tablet Mode (no mouse/keyboard/cover attached) on Stable v74 (fully updated) Enpass App is pinned to the shelf Press and hold Enpass App and choose "Close" Expected behaviour: Enpass App Closes Experienced behaviour: Enpass App opens. Press and hold and choose Close, enpass app appears to minimize and re-open. Rinse and repeat until it finally does close (and it does, but after several tries Those are the only ones that I've found so far. Thanks for improving the process for us. Another random feedback that I'm going to leave here rather than risking trying to get it out elsewhere. I've had a horrible time getting this posted. I actually drafted the bulk of this the day that you posted (and @Dentonthebear) and couldn't actually post. The anti-spam filter kept advising me that I was posting too many times or that my browser was forbidden. I also keep getting login problems accusing my domain of being a spam domain. I am sending this from a static IP address because it's my business computer - I'm a lawyer in Canada. I'm not sure what's going on, but maybe the spam filter could be eased up a little bit? Thanks! I'm not sure if this was aimed at me or not, but I'll respond to it because I want to be clear that I wasn't whining about a beta product not being ready for prime-time use. Rather, I was complaining about the lack of updates to the beta. Whether those updates came in the form of an actual update to the software itself (even with a disclaimer of "Try this out and see if the CPU bug is gone") or in a post ("Just FYI: we've nailed the CPU bug and will be rolling out an update to the software in a fortnight, barring other build issues"), I just wanted to know that this was actually getting fixed and that we could expect to continue testing. As I said: I don't mind donating my bloody expensive device for testing beta products if I know that the testing is leading somewhere. I was starting to wonder if this was going to languish in beta for six months, maybe even a year. Over a month without any changes to the beta and no roadmap for when we should see it doesn't inspire me to help them beta test. It inspires me to wait in the rest of the forums for the update to hit whenever it hits and to not help them out with the test. If I'm alone in that sentiment, then so be it, but I wanted it said just in case there's others like me reporting everything from showstoppers to cosmetic bugs and then wondering if we'll ever see a fix.
  3. So, I was right in on this beta until I started noticing my Pixel Slate getting hotter than Hades. Turns out the bug that was highlighted almost a month ago wherein Enpass consumes your entire device was still not fixed. There's the brutally obvious typo in the "Enpass service" that runs in the notifications menu (or, is it officially the "Enpass Serice"?), an entry which I assume is not going to be mandatory in the final release but has persisted throughout the beta. I've continued to have the "popup" issue that I reported back on April 9. I at least haven't seen any updates to the app or the extension since the first day (although maybe the extensions are being updated silently? I didn't record the version number when first installed). And there certainly hasn't been an update in this thread. Would it be possible to get two things for those of us offering up our time and devices to help you guys beta test your software? Regular updates to the beta software, perhaps monthly or bi-weekly, like most software that is considered "early release"? I'm thinking of, say, LineageOS/Cyanogenmod with even daily Jenkins builds for the truly bleeding edge stuff. We're probably here because we're comfortable with seeing things break and change, so we're also willing to help you guys test out those changes. We don't expect Beta 1 to go straight to RC overnight; hit us with a few more of these bug filled betas so that you can get lots of feedback on your fixes. Updates in this thread as to if and when updates are coming out, what to look for, and just generally some transparency? Even just a post highlighting the different beta versions and changes between them for each of the app and the extension as a minimum, or identifying the changes in the next beta with a ballpark release date as a stretch goal, would go a long way towards exchanging some goodwill with us in this thread. At this point, I've bowed out of the beta and gone back to stable. I can live with bugs, issues, even some instability from a beta. What I can't live with is problems without some indication that they are, or will be shortly, fixed when they're highlighted. I personally don't feel like my feedback and time is appreciated without either or both of my points above. I'm not asking you guys to open source your software, but if you're going to run a beta at least let us in on the actual development of that beta insofar as our feedback is concerned. Depending on how long this beta takes to fix these issues or get to stable, I might end up having to revert back to Keepass or to another chromeos supporting service. Copying and pasting on the Slate without a keyboard is a complete pain in the arse that overcomes the ease of use with Enpass.
  4. Hallelujah! Just signed into the Enpass forums using it. I've been going absolutely nuts trying to do this in the past on a Pixel Slate which, when no keyboard or mouse is attached, acts as a tablet and not a clamshell so the enpass interface took over the entire tablet and not just as a window. So far, so good. One thing that I noticed: when Enpass locks due to inactivity after using it, the window pops back up (Clamshell mode for ChromeOS; haven't yet seen it do this on Tablet mode). Minor annoyance, but it literally interrupted me as I was typing this. Any way to stop it from popping up when it locks?
  5. Given that we've never had a response to this from an Enpass team member, should we assume that ChromeOS support has been sunsetted?
  6. There's lots of outdated links and old posts with respect to ChromeOS support, so I'm hoping that we can have an updated spot for all Enpass 6.X feature requests for ChromeOS. My wishlist is: The return of autofilling support via the new Enpass Assistant in ChromeOS Alternatively, a cleanup of the Enpass Keyboard support via the Android implementation in ChromeOS so that it actually works properly (for example, not making it take up the whole screen when you "tap to fill" and improving its access to what is on the screen) Perhaps a new software keyboard for ChromeOS (not via Android) similar to the Keepass2Android implementation. That software uses a full sized keyboard when no login has been selected, but once you select a login it shrinks to a single small row with "user" "password" etc. as buttons that can be easily pushed. Fingerprint support on the Pixel Slate and future ChromeOS devices with fingerprint scanners. Any other things coming up? I for one would love an update on whether this is in active development or just on the potential roadmap. Thanks team.
  7. I came over from Keepass due to the keyfile support. However, the keyfile is absolutely a pain in the rear to use because it is 'forgotten' by Enpass and by the browser extension just like the master password. Can there please be a toggled setting to "remember keyfile location", particularly in the autofill but also in Enpass, so that we only need to type in our password? The only reason why I use the keyfile is due to cloud storage, so on a local, regularly-used computer, I shouldn't need to go hunt it out each time.
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