There are two bugs that are beyond annoying in your idiotic overlay of "Unsecured Website" warnings on logins. First bug is that it obscures the content for the login, why must it obscure the content so that it cannot be seen without scrolling/moving crap around manually. When a login pops up it shouldn't be obscured by your stupid warnings.
The second is even more annoying, if you do have this stupid warning dialog and you have a login "open in a separate window" and you click the "Make https" option it pops up a dialog that is BEHIND your floating always-on-top window...so it cannot be seen at all, depending on window size...and then the floating always-on-top password window gets frozen and can't do anything.
Here is a screen shot of this if you don't believe me, I manually shifted the login detail window so that I could find the stupid "This website may not support https or could be offline" popup. The more idiotic thing is that this site in question in fact DOES NOT support HTTPS, but I can't do anything to get rid of the stupid omni-present warning about it from the login details view thus making the above problem even more frustrating.
Security warning are great, but they shouldn't defeat the functionality of the software.
1Password Version: 7.0.4 (70004001)
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: 10.13.5
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