Feature request: 1Password mini to fill HTTP Basic popups

1PasswordX can fill HTTP Basic, but why can't 1Password mini? It would be very helpful, as I have to fill in many HTTP Basic every day.
So why don't I just use "X"? That's because it is inferior in it's URL matching. In a corporate environment many URL's have the same domain, and it doesn't look at the sub-domain like 1Password mini does, so that's why 1Password mini is preferred.


1Password Version: Not Provided
Extension Version: 4.7.3.90
OS Version: Windows
Sync Type: Not Provided

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  • Greetings @jenspa,

    While there is slight difference in the UI (User Interface) between say 1Password for Mac and 1Password X they display Login items in the same order for me. Any favourite item for the registered domain name comes first followed by exact matches to the FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name), so including subdomain. After that are the partial matches to the registered domain name. The UI difference is that 1Password for Mac has a divider between the partial matches and the rest but the ordering is still the same.

    I don't know if the companion extension will support basic auth prompts. I wouldn't want to discount it now that one client does support it but 1Password X being a self-contained client does confer it certain advantages.The companion extension on the other hand does need to support a range of versions for both 1Password for Mac and Windows.

    My hope though is if the only issue with 1Password X was subdomain matching that we should be able to make 1Password X work for you. Could you maybe tell us more about an example where you're not seeing the desired ordering?

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