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Allow saving master password

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I'm coming to Enpass from LastPass.  One thing I'm finding very annoying with Enpass is that I'm having to enter my master password way too often.  With LastPass I could set my PC up to remember the password, and also set it so that an authorized PC/Device would never be prompted again for it.  Please allow me to have these types of settings with Enpass.  I can rely on the locking of my phones/tablets/PCs for securing access to my passwords - I don't need to be annoyed by Enpass bugging me for a master password again after I've already set it up on my device.  Thanks!

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Thank you!  That does help some, but I would still like to see an option under 'Ask Master Password' for 'Never' like I could do on lastpass, if possible.  (something to note is that on lastpass it would show as a checkbox that says 'remember for 30 days' when you first logged in, and a second checkbox to remember password - but if you checked both of those and also had a different setting set in the options to remember forever it would actually remember forever instead of the 30 days.) - it would give you a warning about it being unsecure if you did that, but it would still let you do it. 

I'm just trying to make this as user friendly as I possibly can for my wife who despises the idea of a password manager in the first place so any annoyances I can spare her from the better.  She's already pissed that I switched us from lastpass to enpass, lol.  

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4 minutes ago, abhibeckert said:

@ReticentRobot if you're not all that concerned about people gaining physical access to the machine - why not simply have a very short master password?

Making it shorter doesn't prevent the annoyance of the prompt in the first place, I want it to not bother me at all - having a short master password doesn't fix that.

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