I am finding more and more that sites change their login page in a way that breaks auto-filling from 1password. Here is an example work flow.
2 years ago I created a login for site x.
at the time, it worked great, it auto-filled the user name and password and it submitted the login when I hit the auto-fill keyboard shortcut.
Today, I got back to the same site and find that the site has been updated by the company that owns the site. There are still user name and password fields and a login button. But now, when I hit the auto-fill keyboard short cut, the user name and password fields get filled in, but the form doesn't get submitted automatically. After the user name and passwords are filled, all I have to do is click on login and I am in, but this is a pain in the butt.
If I delete the login and create a new one, 1password can find the submit button and builds a new login entry that will do all the right steps, including auto-submit.
Is there a way to get 1password to automatically "fix" the existing login entry so that I don't have to go through the steps of deleting the existing steps of copying the username and password somewhere, delete the existing login entry, then login again hoping that 1password will create a new entry that works?
BTW, this happens a lot. Developers are always trying to improve their sites and I find that this scenario happens to me a lot.
1Password Version: 7.3.1
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: OS X 10.14.6 beta
Sync Type: family