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Idoki

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  1. Well the visual focus seems to have been improved. But the actual focus is not fixed! I need to press enter/return 2 times, or press an arrow key to actually start the item. This app feels like some open source project guys. Not something we're paying for. Weeks and months of reply from support, if any. Very unsatisfied altogether!
  2. If I have Enpass in the Mac Menubar (Settings->General), then it works mostly nice. But If I don't want to have it in the Menubar (I don't need it sitting there, I need the space), then whenever I press the shortcut to fill in webpage date, following happens: 1. new browser tab opens 2. waiting for 5 seconds 3. need to enter master password 4. Enpass minimizes and has an extra window open which I don't want
  3. thanks! update: Not MacOS specific, linux as well
  4. "For security reasons, Enpass never automatically fills the details in a webpage until the user triggers the autofill action (Press the Shortcut or Click the item from Assistant)" -> It is the first action in my list: I did press the shortcut, so I DO want to have the data filled. And it would be correctly filled if I didn't have to enter the password (e.g. after restart) macOS 10.14.4 Chrome Enpass 6.0.7 (336) -> would be great if this would be selectable text to copy&paste extension: Version 6.0.1
  5. Use case after macOS restart: * press autofill shortcut on a webpage * need to enter master password * the selection screen is presented, instead of actually filling in the password
  6. Press cmd+t to get a new tab, then press cmd+/ for Enpass helper. Nothing happens. When on (almost) any other page, the same shortcut works fine.
  7. Press cmd+t for the Enpass Helper. The focus is on the search box. If I have Most Frequent items, pressing arrow down once focuses on a nonexisting element. Currently need to press twice for no obvious reason to get to the first element It should focus on the first most recent element.
  8. Press cmd+t to get a new tab, then press cmd+/ for Enpass helper. Nothing happens. When on (almost) any other page, the same shortcut works fine.
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