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  1. It would be very helpful if I could add actual .PEM key files into an actual Enpass secret. For example (RSA) Private Keys which are generated for various purposes like certificate generation or encryption. The workaround at the moment is to copy and paste the data into a new multiline (sensitive) field and save it. Notes doesn't allow the sensitive data to be hidden from view, nor are multiple notes possible. Ideally, I would just attach the PEM file into the secret and move on. This would shorten the time needed to copy the text from the secret, open a text editor, paste, save, then use it.
  2. I installed the new Enpass (with the trapezoid icon) from the Windows 10 Store and attempted to set it up just like the old Enpass from the Store (Round Icon). When I connect to my desktop with Remote Desktop Connection (RDP), all I get are black windows where I should be seeing an interface. When I right-click on the enpass taskbar icon, it too renders in all black. I ran the older Enpass at the same time for comparison of what I'm expecting and what I'm getting. See screenshot. I've seen this happen before in other apps, and they always required some kind of application update so they rendered properly in a RDP session. Currently, this is the only App that runs like this, including all other apps from the store (and games, yeah, games from the Store work in RDP - more or less).
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