I currently have 7.3.712 on one of my Windows 10 machines. I also have 126.96.36.1996 on another Windows 10 machine on the same local network. I use a file syncing utility to sync changes to the .opvault files on the two local machines.
I have this strange arrangement so that I can use WLAN Sync on version 188.8.131.526 to sync changes to my iphone.
Feel free to view me as a Luddite, but I still prefer to not have my passwords in the cloud.
Now for my question:
On my machine with 7.3.712, 1Password wants to update to 7.4.767. I understand 7.3 to 7.4 was a major update, so before I update to 7.4, can you please confirm that the .opvault files used for 7.4 are backwards compatible with 184.108.40.2066 in the same way the .opvault files for 7.3.712 are backward compatible with 220.127.116.116?
ie: If I update to 7.4.767, should I expect any problems continuing to use 1Password 7.4 syncing with 4.6.2 on my two local machines as described above?
Thank you for your help!
PS: I would be very grateful if you would bring back WLAN Sync or a similar local syncing utility that does not involve the cloud or an internet connection! I know I am not the only person who would like to have this feature! ;-)
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