I use chrome as a visual frame when doing screencaps largely for use by people who create help-pages and how-tos on navigating the sites I work on.
When I'm creating screenshots for others, I need to clean out the browser's UI so the screenshots will be "pure browser" & universal. I usually disable other extensions; but I still use 1Password while I'm taking the screencaps. Much of the work I do is centered around logins/forms/secure information and 1Password has been incredibly helpful in keeping form templates safe and easily available as I navigate. Something that isn't easily replaced by another app/extension.
Bottom line is that if I disable 1Password extension and just use the mini-app while taking screenshots it becomes noticeably harder to quickly call up form info. Which I do often enough that it simply isn't practical to continually cycle it enabled/disabled whenever I have to fill something out. It would be really REALLY great if the extension could get updated so that there is an 'option' to disable the context menu item.
If you care to pass this along to the devs, I looked up an option that would work as a "tack on" and wouldn't require changing the widget itself. (For chrome, as an example only)
I realize that just because it's possible doesn't mean it's easy or even a priority. But if someone could let the dev's know that it's still a desired feature I would be grateful!
1Password Version: 6.8.8 (688001)
Extension Version: 18.104.22.168
OS Version: OS X 10.13.6
Sync Type: Not Provided