Lately, I've found that 1Password's previous uncanny ability to recognise sites or log-in pages has deteriorated. The original log-in page's web address may have changed (often subtly, but maybe more so), but older versions of 1Password never seemed to be fazed by this. Sites I may have set up logins for as long ago as 2010 could still be easily distinguished. Not so much now. Recently, I have had to edit several logins, which were not detected at all by v6.8. Once the very latest addresses were put in, then things were OK. Maybe it's just me, but the addition of so many extra, but often minor, "improvements" to 1Password have created a sort of bloatware effect, with loads more bugs. Somehow, the old iterations were just simpler and more reliable. I would venture that, similarly to the old Microsoft legend that 90% of users didn't use 90% of Office's capabilities (or something like that!), the vast majority of 1Password users simply want a program that makes and stores passwords, and allows them to log-in to their chosen website account.......... I fully appreciate the efforts required to maintain functionality in updated or changed operating systems and browsers, and across the different devices, but I do wonder about things when it gets to be a hassle using the one thing I really bought the program for. Or, is it just me being an old f--t?
1Password Version: 6.8
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: OS X 10.12.6
Sync Type: Not Provided