As the title says - Usernames are entered correctly, and work on Mac, but enter as Fred'bloggs.com instead of [email protected] in Windows 7
What version of which browser are you using, @BobH?
Safari 5.1.7 - works well across platforms. (Unless it doesn't in this case). Of course, since you asked the question, I tried it in IE and it worked perfectly. Is this a known problem with Safari? (Or just my version? Bob
I haven't heard of this problem before, @BobH.
I just used Safari 5.1.7 (the final version for Windows) in Windows 7 to save a new Login item with a username that included an "@" sign.
Then I refreshed the page with the login form and pressed Ctrl+\; 1Password filled in the fields correctly, and the "@" sign was where I had typed it.
So, I'm not able to reproduce the problem in what seems like the same setup.
Please try creating a new Login item, to see whether that one behaves correctly.
Let us know how it goes!
This is fun(!).
I tried Ctrl+\; It worked perfectly.
What doesn't work is using the Auto-Fill button against "Username" in the 1Password field.
If I set the cursor in Notepad and use Auto-Fill, it is OK.
If I set the cursor to the "Google" field at the top of Safari, it is OK.
If I call up Google - www.google.co.uk - and put the cursor in there - it enters an " ' ".
I created a new login, with username [email protected] (exactly that). Put cursor in this message and used Auto-Fill, got this:
It does sometimes give a spurious capital too, as shown.
Just to make sure I understand, @BobH, are you talking about the Auto-type tool in the toolbar of the main 1Password program?
This is a known problem with Auto-Type and Safari. We're working on a fix. In the meantime, please do not use Auto-Type in Safari. Please use the 1Password browser extension for Safari. You can install this extension here: File > Preferences (Ctrl+P) > Browsers
I just created a new Login item (in the main 1Password program):
I put the insertion point in a Notepad document, and clicked the Auto-type tool; 1Password typed the username, a tab, the password, and a carriage return, as designed and as you cited.
I put the insertion point in the search field (next to the URL field) at the top of a Safari window, and clicked the Auto-type tool; 1Password typed the password and submitted the search (which implies that the carriage return was "typed," too).
I put the insertion point in the Google field on the page that Safari displayed as a result, and clicked the Auto-type tool; 1Password typed the username (with the "@ replaced by a 2", NO tab, and the password, and submitted the search (which implies that the carriage return was "typed," too):
(I can't put the insertion point in this message, because I'm typing it on a Mac, and 1Password for Mac doesn't include the auto-type feature.)
Thanks for your help, @BobH! I'll bring this thread to Development's attention.
It looks as though we are in agreement. Thanks, @DBrown and @svondutch