When opening the 1PW3 application, a click into the UI elements crashes the application.
The browser extension installed in Safari provides access without any issues. The database is properly syncing across multiple machines and devices.
It is uncertain what is causing this as the same version operates successfully on other machines with same OS version. I routinely deny any OS X system updates specifically in order to maximize SW lifespans.
I noted a similar issue in this thread:
The agilebits poster, brenty, in that thread directed the poster to this page:
In which the following phrases appear:
"It [1PW3] supports OS X Snow Leopard and Lion, so is not compatible with recent operating system (OS) and web browser releases"
"If you've purchased 1Password for Mac version 3, you're entitled to use it on all of your compatible devices indefinitely."
which would appear to be a disclaimer of responsibility for analysis and support regarding this issue, also as noted in the prior thread by brenty.
While I'm sympathetic to the need to limit support hours expended, I can't say that I feel much in the say of consumer satisfaction under this policy, especially since there are other operational copies of the application in similar device operating environments.
Hypothetically, let's say that this UI-touch to crash problem affects my use of the application in Lion. What would your next steps be to diagnose and resolve the issue? Is there a .plist file I can chuck or something?
1Password Version: 3.8.22
Extension Version: 3.9.20
OS Version: 10.12.6
Sync Type: DBX