Following intermittent MacBook Pro crashes, my hard drive was wiped and OSX reinstalled by an Apple repair centre. As no hardware issue had been identified during tests, a partial restore only of my backup from a Time Capsule was recommended in order to reduce the likelihood of future data issues.
I launched 1Password 6 after the partial restore (drag and drop rather than Time Machine) and imported what I thought was the latest backup at /Library/Application Support/1Password/Backups/1Password 2018-09-20 111239 (169 items).agilekeychain.
On viewing 1PW following import, I quickly realised that many important logins are missing and that the data in this backup is around two years out-of-date.
From reading other threads in the Support Forum since then (my 1PW came from AgileBits), it appears that my latest backup may be located instead at ~Library/Application Support/1Password 4/Backups/1Password 2018-09-20 11_23_14 (1 profiles, 246 items, 0 folders, 1 attachments).1p4_zip. This archive appears to contain 77 additional items (and presumably many updated items). The archive contains a OnePassword.sqlite file.
Can I use this to update my 1PW and, if so, how? If not, how can I go about updating my 1PW with my latest data?
Additional info in case it's useful: as well as 1Password 6, I was also previously using the Safari extension.
Any assistance very much appreciated. As you will probably already have guessed, I'm not a very expert 1PW user so the simpler and easier to follow the better. Thanks.
1Password Version: 6.8.9
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: OS X 10.12.6
Sync Type: No sync