yesterday I started using 1password with the strong intention to use it in the future, as well. I spent 2 hours of creating new passwords and the next day I wanted to use it on my Windows pc.
Now the software prompts me to type in the master password even if I set "do not unlock" in the settings! This is absolutely a no go for all day usage. On smartphone the problem doesn't exist because we have face detection (or fingerprint). But on Windows/Linux desktop I have to type in the master password after every computer restart.
This practice is even hard for me as a software developer, but I planned to use the software also for my parents (both 60 years old) to solve the problem of lost passwords for each and every website/app. For them this is simply rediculous and not doable in practice.
Why does the checkbox "do not unlock" not have any effect (on browser and on desktop app)? Is there any way to solve the problem (e.g. a hardware solution using dongle, fingerprint on Windows, ...)?
I already had the credit card for the 1Password subscription in my hand but so I can't simply make it :-(
Thanks in advance.
1Password Version: latest
Extension Version: latest
OS Version: Windows 10, Ubuntu 16.04, iOS 12, ...
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