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We have found a scenario in which the Chrome Extension v6.7.4 prevents javascript dropdowns from displaying.  On the affected websites, clearing cookies, cache, and reboot do not fix the issue.  Opening the affected page in Incognito or disabling the Enpass extension both fix the issue.  We are able to reliably reproduce this on multiple Windows 10 machines running Chrome 98.0.4758.102.

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Same over here!

On Google Chrome Version 98.0.4758.81 I have certain problems on dropdowns and input fields inside https://???.??/*. They are not clickable or selectable by mouse - they flicker by clicking on them.

Shouldn't the blacklist option deny loading Enpass on the blacklisted URL?

Perfect would be, if Enpass only gets loaded on the login page (https://???.??/) but not on the inner pages (https://???.??/member/*). So  https://???.??/member/* would be the only blacklist entry.

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Hi @HC289

Welcome to the Enpass Community.

Our dedicated team is still working on resolving this issue. Unfortunately, I cannot provide you with a timeline, however, please know that I closely follow this case and will update you here on this forum regarding a fix. Thank you again for your continued patience.

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10 hours ago, Abhishek Dewan said:

Hi @HC289

Welcome to the Enpass Community.

Our dedicated team is still working on resolving this issue. Unfortunately, I cannot provide you with a timeline, however, please know that I closely follow this case and will update you here on this forum regarding a fix. Thank you again for your continued patience.

I understand that it might be a difficult issue and when i reported it about 6 months ago i didn't expect an immediate solution. But after about 6 months there is still not a planning when the solution will become available?

I really like your product and i have installed it at a lot at not so tech savy people (because the program is/was so easy to use), but they / i need a solution. Many of them are old and adding a exclusion and working around it is okee-ish for more tech savy people but for them it is quite difficult.

So in short my question is when can we expect a solution? Looking at the number of topics / posts it seems to be a problem that happens quite a lot.

So thumbs up for the program, thanks in advance and good luck finding/working on a solution!

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21 hours ago, Abhishek Dewan said:

Hi @HC289

Welcome to the Enpass Community.

Our dedicated team is still working on resolving this issue. Unfortunately, I cannot provide you with a timeline, however, please know that I closely follow this case and will update you here on this forum regarding a fix. Thank you again for your continued patience.

Well it should be flagged with the highest priority to be honest.
Impacting the user experience to the point of preventing them to fill forms, select dropdowns is a serious matter.
The fix proposed is not even effective when you have 20+ websites all with the same issue.

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On 2/21/2022 at 10:15 AM, wtfia2k said:

Same over here!

On Google Chrome Version 98.0.4758.81 I have certain problems on dropdowns and input fields inside https://???.??/*. They are not clickable or selectable by mouse - they flicker by clicking on them.

Shouldn't the blacklist option deny loading Enpass on the blacklisted URL?

Perfect would be, if Enpass only gets loaded on the login page (https://???.??/) but not on the inner pages (https://???.??/member/*). So  https://???.??/member/* would be the only blacklist entry.

Still not working with Extension 6.7.5 on Chrome 100.0.4896.127 (64-Bit).

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From my experience, it is not absolutely necessary to turn off the entire extension. It is enough to turn off the auto-fill pop-up in the extension settings. Then you at least have the possibility to continue using the normal/old browser extension.

I hope, this will help you.

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This indeed seems to help, thanks for the tip. The automatischen Ausfüllen doesn't work very well anyway, so I can live without it.

For the record: The 'big' update of two days ago change list doesn't mention a fix for this. I'm surprised, because it really is a pain in the butt.

I really don't understand why this doesn't have top priority. I mean, surely this must hurt sales? Or is only a minority of users hurt by this??

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I can't believe this still hasn't been addressed. I've been a big Enpass fan until now. I've patiently waited months only to have this clearly serious and widely user affecting bug ignored. I'm going to spend the weekend looking for a new password service.

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On 4/22/2022 at 4:39 PM, Timo K. said:

From my experience, it is not absolutely necessary to turn off the entire extension. It is enough to turn off the auto-fill pop-up in the extension settings. Then you at least have the possibility to continue using the normal/old browser extension.

I hope, this will help you.

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Where can I find this settings? 

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It depends on your browser. In (Mac) FireFox it's CMD-, (with the Command-key pressed, type comma). Then, in the left column, at the bottom, click on the puzzle Addons and Themes. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/find-and-install-add-ons-add-features-to-firefox

In Safari and other Mac browsers it's always CMD-, to get to the preferences. Usually that's where the plugins live in a submenu.

Else, just google it :)

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