All our devices had the same 8-digit password before my wife, as the main account holder, switched over to the Family Trial.
All prior 8-digit passwords still work on all the devices (1 MacBook Pro, 2 iPhones, 1 iPad).
Then my wife tried to alter her original sign-in password for the trial on her MacBook Pro to have the same 8 digits like everyone else. But the program would only accept a change to a 10-digit password.
So, now we have this peculiar situation on the same MacBook Pro: (1) under her username she gains access to 1Password with a 10-digit password (2) while I using under my username can still use the old 8-digit password.
I understand that it could be a potential disaster for family members to have the account holder change the master password without notifying everybody of the change. But, why isn't everyone forced to use a new 10-digit password to access the program?
How can my wife return to the old 8-digit password?
Is there perhaps a connection to Keychain Access?
How can each family member chose their very own password independently if they think it might be compromised?
1Password Version: 6.5.3
Extension Version: 4.6.3
OS Version: 10.12.3
Sync Type: Family account