I currently use 1Password on Windows and Linux.
My setup is the following:
My Laptop computer uses Linux, so I use 1Password X for Firefox there.
My Desktop computer uses the 1Password binary, so I have the 1Password Companion extension for Firefox installed.
My use case:
I keep my Firefox extensions synced using Firefox Sync, so I need 1Password X to be enabled at all times, otherwise I have to re-enable it every time I use it.
I however prefer the 1Password binary app.
Would it be possible to add a check in the 1Password X extension to automatically un-register keyboard shortcuts, field commit hooks, suggestion dropdowns, contextual menu entries and all other 1Password X-provided features, if the 1Password companion extension is found?
Even better, being able to determine if the 1Password Companion has a working connection to the 1Password binary, and if not functional (removed binary, etc), re-enable 1Password X.
I have had this issue since 1Password X was released and hoped this Quality of Life update would land soon, in vain. So I decided to report it myself.
Dual login interface, two different keyboard shortcuts, two menu entries, two commit hooks, this is a little hairy to manage, I'd appreciate a fix.
1Password Version: Not Provided
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: Windows 10, Linux
Sync Type: Not Provided