This scenario is a problem when using the 1Password X Chrome Extension to update a password on a website and the new generated password is rejected by the website.
At the password change form on the website, 1 Password X correctly populates the "current password" and suggests a new secure password for the new password and automatically fills the new password confirmation field. However, BEFORE the form is submitted, 1Password X immediately prompts me to "Update Saved Login" to save the new password for the website or cancel.
If the website rejects the password, it's too late. 1Password X has already saved the new (invalid) password for the login. In fact, this happens even if the form is not submitted and the password is never updated on the website.
it would seem to me that the password for the login should not be updated in 1Password until AFTER the form is submitted and the website indicates the password was updated successfully. I don't expect that 1Password X to be able to determine when this happens, but I would expect to have the option to wait until I know the website accepted the new password before choosing to save it.
This is exactly what I do when using the 1Password app with the 1Password Safari or Chrome browser extension. I wait until after form submission and an indication from the website that the password was successfully updated, before selecting "Update Saved Login". Is there a way to have 1Password X behave like the 1Password app browser extension when updated the password for an existing login?
1Password Version: 7.2.4
Extension Version: 1.13.2
OS Version: 10.14.2
Sync Type: Not Provided
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