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The new version is buggy:
a search for r+v  (letter followed by a special character) does not return a result.
It's really annoying that it is impossible now to duplicate entries anymore.

 

 

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Hi @RatHeader,

42 minutes ago, RatHeader said:

a search for r+v  (letter followed by a special character) does not return a result.

By default search is Title search. You can widen search scope by Clicking on Search icon and choose "Fields".

43 minutes ago, RatHeader said:

It's really annoying that it is impossible now to duplicate entries anymore. 

You can do that in Enpass 6. Just click icon next to Favorite icon (three dots) on entry detail page and you will get the option. Ctrl+D will also do the same.

Thanks.

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7 hours ago, Vinod Kumar said:

By default search is Title search. You can widen search scope by Clicking on Search icon and choose "Fields".

With certain characters Title can not be found:
+, ',?
and also determines others.

with #, -,% it works.

Please check all special characters.

Thanks

W10, 64 bit, 1809, EN 6.02 (241)

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Thank you for answers.

Duplicate entries in the old version worked via right-click. That's the way I used it and in the new version it is cicked out. Ok.

What bothers me the most is the speed of the new version. It takes a long time to write something into the search field, because the search field sometimes does not react to inputs for seconds. Will this ever get better?

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4 hours ago, RatHeader said:

What bothers me the most is the speed of the new version. It takes a long time to write something into the search field, because the search field sometimes does not react to inputs for seconds. Will this ever get better?

We have already improved search functionality in the latest beta version of Enpass. If you are willing to try before public release you can download it from here.

Thanks!

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