recently I was using 1Password on my iPad and opened www.gmx.net (a German email provider) in its built-in browser. For security reasons I thought it'd be wise to change the password I was using with this service, and opened the corresponding page in 1Browser. GMX asked for the old password which I copied from 1Browsers main menu, I then used the 1Browser's ability to directly edit the corresponding login entry, created a new password, copied it to the clipboard, saved the changes, entered the password into the webpage, and voilà, everything was done. By switching to iOS Mail I could verify that the new password was already used by my mail provider. Fine. I logged out, closed 1Browser and put the iPad into standby.
Back on my Mac I started 1Password 4 to let it synchronize the changes made on the iPad. Obviously the changes weren't yet synchronized to iCloud because they weren't visible. Ok, no problem I thought, I have the changes on the iPad. I opened 1Password's main menu, login items, opened the changed login entry, and had to detect that the password change made in 1Browser was lost :-(
Have I done something wrong?
PS: I'm using 1Password 4.3.2 on iOS and 1Password 4 from the Mac App Store, both configured to use iCloud for syncing.