I'm using Windows 7, 1Password ver 18.104.22.1686, Internet Explorer 9.0.8112.16421, and Mozilla Firefox 13.0.1, all of which are the latest versions.
I am using 1Password on a home PC with windows 7 32 bit, at work with a PC with windows 7 64 bit, and on an iPhone, with version XXXXX.
What I am seeing, and cannot explain is that on my home PC, where I have disabled the autolock feature, I am still prompted to unlock the file, after I've pressed <CTRL> + "\" to trigger the autofill sequence. I am usually asked to select which record to use for the AutoFill, and then I'm asked for the master password.
If the autolock feature is disabled, then I'm quite surprised that I'm still prompted for the master password.
To be clear, I only set the auto-lock selection to disabled today, in order to try to provide you folks with details on what is happening, so that you can help me. After changing the setting from 60 minutes, to disabled, I was really surprised to see that the file is still locking.
This problem, where I'm asked to unlock the master file, even though the timeout is set to disabled, or to 60 seconds seems to occurr on both my work PC, and home PC, regardless of whether the attribute is disabled, or set as high as 60 minutes. No matter what I do, or how short of a period of time I wait after unlocking the file, I'm often asked to unlock it again.
Can you explain what might be causing this?