two examples... both bank sites.
at pnc.com when I enter my 1P username, the focus (in the login input field by default) is no longer on the form element after invoking 1P, and auto-submit does not work, and I have to go to my mouse to find my cursor and manually click the login button. unfortunately, the tab index order for that site goes back to 10+ other nav links before getting back to the input field to allow hitting enter to submit the form. on the subsequent page, the focus remains, though auto-submit does work there... and I'm into my account.
at citizensbank.com, focus also leaves the field but is the first item in the tab index so while auto-submit does not work here either, a simple tab and then return does the trick. on the subsequent page, the auto-submit does work.
so for both, the first page submission does not work at all. I have made separate logins for other sites, for example, verizon.net and vzw.com, but I don't think that's the issue here as those sites both leave the username field in focus so the return key advances me with each step. I think what I need is a way to make sure the login submit buttons are captured to allow them to be part of the auto-submit portion of the 1P login, perhaps? any suggestions?
and btw, I know I'm a bit behind on my updates here at work, but legacy software hasn't allowed me to update osx yet. I primarily use chrome both here and at home, and the scenarios are the same regardless of 1P version, perhaps because they're sharing the same vaults via dropbox sync?
1Password Version: 4.4.3 (here) / 6.2.1 (home)
Extension Version: 22.214.171.124 (beta) (here) / 6? (home)
OS Version: 10.9.5 (here) / 10.10.5 (home)
Sync Type: dropbox
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