Hi Agile, i'm so intensely frustrated at present, as i've spent the last 3 hours trying to work this out but haven't been able to. So i'm keen to get your help, and am sure you'll quickly set me on the right path.
I recently upgraded from 1Password 3 to 1Password 5. I wasn't really able to before as i had an older machine running Snow Leopard.
The trouble is, when i upgraded, the new version took up an old version of all my 1Password data. So now i find that when i look at certain entries, they're out of date by a year or more.
I upgraded quickly without looking at instructions, so didn't delete 1Password 3 until after the upgrade. You have a neat article on Making use of an .agilekeychain_zip backup from 1Password 3 for Mac, and although it may be obvious to you, you don't actually say how to make use of this backup.
I followed your instructions, and put the resulting file in Dropbox, since that's what i sync with, moving the agilekeychain i was using, but it didn't make a difference. In other words, i wasn't really sure how to make use of the file.
In any case, all i want to do is restore 1Password to the state it was in before the upgrade ie where 1Password entries - or at least those that count - were up to date. Help! ; )
1Password Version: 5.3.2
Extension Version: 4.4.3
OS Version: 10.10.5
Sync Type: Dropbox