At my daughter's urging, I've returned to 1Password after several years of using Safari's built-in password management features. I'm delighted to see all of the new features and capabilities since we started with 1Password 3 (been a while!), but I could use some help in making a smooth transition away from Safari password management and letting 1P take control.
Here's how I would like this to work:
Step #2 seems to be the hard part. I though Cmd-Shift-A would explicitly fill the login fields, but it doesn't.
I've tried the migration process that involves the AppleScript and Keychain export, but it doesn't seem to work in High Sierra, and I'd rather not clutter up 1P with a bunch of old, unused credentials anyway.
Is my only real option here to leave Safari AutoFill off, go to a website, open Safari preferences to the Passwords tab, provide TouchID or the login password, find the website I'm on, copy the username / password through the clipboard to the site, and let 1P pick up the info from there? (Phew!)
I've also considered just doing a password reset for each site I visit that's not in 1P already, and letting 1P make up its own more secure password... that seems like it'd take a while but might be a better strategy in the long run.
Any suggestions or insights from folks who've been down this road will be most welcome. Thanks in advance!
1Password Version: 6.8.5
Extension Version: 4.6.12
OS Version: OS X 10.13.2
Sync Type: 1Password Account