Thanks a lot for replying so fast!
And I can't say that ten times fast LOL
I really hope I'm missing something, but I don't quite understand how I'm meant to use 1Password in Lion with Safari 5.1. The right-click autofill menu is gone and I can't seem to do auto-fill any more.
WIth the Safari 5.1 plugin, I get a big pop-up window that can only be navigated with the mouse. I have to find the credential in "All Logins", and when I select it, it takes me to the page saved on that credential rather than filling it in on the page I'm on.
So, what am I missing? Is there a setting somewhere I've missed that can get the old behaviour to work in Safari? Or is this a temporary situation? If this is the default behaviour going forward, I'll be sticking with Firefox 4, which I'd rather not as there are some nice integration features coming in Lion for Safari and iCloud I'd like to take advantage of.
1. 1P icon or Cmd-\ only bring up window if I'm at a site. If I'm at a blank page, nothing. Unlike Chrome or Safari on Snow Leopard. Definitely a usability issue.
2. When the lock screen comes up from Safari, there is no way to dismiss it, other than by logging in successfully. On Chrome, you can click focus elsewhere and it will disappear.
3. If #1 is addressed, then it would be useful to have the default be the All Logins screen when invoking from a blank tab...since the Saved Logins for this site is empty. Save a keystroke, please.
4. Cursor arrow keys do work, thank you!
Welcome to the forums, BenS and edleft!
I merged your posts withe the appropriate thread for discussion about the new user interface in Safari 5.1 on Lion. Please see above.
You should be able to use the arrow keys alone with the Tab key to toggle between "Logins for this site" and "All Logins". Selecting the login from the list of "Logins for this site" should fill the login. "All Logins" is equivalent to the "Go & Fill" feature in the Firefox extension. If you are having trouble with a particular URL, please include that in the troubleshooting thread.
It is really hard to tell from your post if you just don't like the way thing are or they are behaving incorrectly. Hopefully my reply here (along with all the discussion above) can help clarify which of those two is the case, and we can go from there. I will reiterate that the Safari 5.1 extension is still not feature complete and is running on a pre-release operating system. As a developer yourself, I'm sure you understand.
Edit: Confirmed that if the toolbar button isn't being shown, it doesn't work, but I did find a way to call the popover up through JS. Tricky business since the API isn't actually documented yet from what I can tell.
Hello! I am still on the fence about the new BETA -- good things and bad. One thing that I am not sure has been covered in previous posts is the lack of Extension preferences. Right now when I change anything in the 1Password app, specifically the "Automatic Unlock" isn't working. In Safari 5.1 on 10.7, it is constantly prompting me for my master password (which is incredibly annoying) even though the setting in 1password is set to have auto unlock. Thoughts?
ok why when i do the shortcut does it popup the window? it used to just auto fill and submit. i have checked all the options and they look good to go yet now when i hit the shortcut its asking for the master password and once i put that in then it brings up the window to actually click the login i want to use yet i only have one login stored for Facebook... I'm on lion gm.
That's the same thing we're all seeing...and fussing about. It sounds like they're working on making the functionality the same as it is in SL (I certainly hope so) but haven't gotten there yet. Word has it Lion will go public the 14th so hopefully we won't have to wait much longer.
I've been very unhappy with 1Password on testing it's behavior of now vs how it used to function prior to being a Safari extension.
Strange things happen frequently like asking for master password constantly, closing the drop down bar is a pain.
On and on.
I really wish the old bar and mechanics were back and emulated as closely as possible. The new one is just not satisfactory and 1PW has been a lifeline for as long as it was in initial beta. … Hope you guys can sort this out and get it together as otherwise I just am about to give up on it.
I'm going to have to agree, the new Chrome and now Safari extensions are clunky compared to the old droop down menu. It is really disappointing.
Having the old 1password icon in the Safari menubar for me was superb.
ylluminate, we really do appreciate your longstanding support of 1Password (and AgileBits). I don't think I can express that enough! Thank you.
Unfortunately, SIMBL is an unsupported "hack" which would still require a complete rewrite, and as far as I know it hasn't been updated since January and doesn't support Lion.
As I mentioned above, 1Password's Safari 5.0 extension used Scripting Additions (not SIMBL or Input Managers or any other technology) to integrate with Safari and Apple has removed support for this going forward. This actually gives us an incredible amount of freedom in many ways (some of which will not be obvious for a number of months). Apple continues to tighten the security model in OS X to the point where applications can be optionally sandboxed similar to how they are in iOS. From a security standpoint, there is a huge benefit to this, and native browser extensions in Safari, Chrome, and Firefox align very well with this trajectory.
Nothing is written in stone.
The UI and UX are both still subject to change.
Thanks again for your feedback. I will pass it along to the rest of the team.