Selectively disable 1Password X based on URL patterns


I regularly work with Web UI interfaces, and one of them is somewhat messed up by 1Password X, because there are pop-up selection combo menus, and all of them get automatically spread out whenever a page is loaded, instead of waiting for the user to click or select the menu. I can send you by private message a couple of screenshots for you to see the difference with and without 1PX.

Unfortunately, since this is a private Web UI with a local IP address, I can't provide a sample page for you to test. So it would be a very welcome addition if, as a workaround, you include an option to blacklist sites by using URL patterns on which 1PX would not be activated. Sounds fair?

Thanks a lot. Regards,


1Password Version: Not Provided
Extension Version: 1.8.2
OS Version: Not Provided
Sync Type: Not Provided


  • beyerbeyer

    Team Member

    Hey @noqued,

    That sounds completely fair and it's something we'd love to implement. We've been really wanting to redesign the settings page to allow for more customization, but frankly, it just hasn't made it to the top of our list. I'll see what I can do to get the ball rolling as this is a feature that I'd love to use as well.

    Thanks for bringing it up and I hope you have a delightful weekend.


  • +1 to this request.

    In my case, this would be most useful when browsing, which my company uses for password sharing. Every time I view a saved password in lastpass, the 1password extension prompts me to save the login, which I just don't want to do. I'd love to be able to prevent this behavior somehow.

    That said, I DO still use 1password to manage my master password for lastpass itself, so ideally I could still auto-fill that somehow.

  • brentybrenty

    Team Member

    @birdonfire: It doesn't sound like you're talking about 1Password X, which is the topic of this discussion, as it has no autosave capability.

    I guess you're using the 1Password desktop app and its extension. Unfortunately we can't really have it both ways there. ;) It's 1Password's job to offer to save login credentials when doesn't have them saved alread. You can, however, disable autosave if you wish. Manual saving will still be available. Cheers! :)

  • Ayyy @brenty, my mistake! Reading fail :(

    Thank you for the generosity of the helpful reply though!

  • kaitlynkaitlyn

    Team Member

    Hey @birdonfire – no worries at all. We're here to help! :)

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