This isn't a big deal at all, but just figured I'd ask if this is a known thing.
On various websites for which I don't have any passwords (or any 1P items) saved, 1Password X is prompting me to fill in ... identity entries. It will prompt in the password field, usually, but sometimes the username field. It'll just have a whole list of every identity I have saved. Any idea why? For the websites it happens on, it will happen every time. For other websites, it never happens. As an example, one of the sites it happens on is a standard Outlook Web Access page I can use to log in to my work email.
I'm running the latest release versions (no betas or anything) of macOS and Firefox, and it's happening on both my iMac and my Macbook (same software on both).
The only other extension I have installed in my browser is uBlock Origin, which seems an unlikely culprit. If it matters, I'm the owner of a Teams account (it was and is really a Families account, but I needlessly upgraded to Teams, thinking it would give me security features it wouldn't, oops).
I'm fairly certain this is limited to 1Password X, but just in case, I did mark all my identities as "do not suggest in browser" in the main desktop program. I don't see an option like that in X or in the web account when I click "edit" for an identity in X.
Thanks for any insight. Hopefully I'm not missing something super obvious.
1Password Version: 7.5 (70500003)
Extension Version: X 1.19.2
OS Version: macOS Catalina 10.15.5
Sync Type: 1Password Subscription (Teams)