Since two days I get every time I want to use 1Password 6.3 the first time after a restart the error message "Extra copies of 1Password found" and the request to delete these "extra copies" - otherwise 1Password would not work.
Yes, I do have an extra copy of 1Password on a second hard drive - because I make backups of my boot drive, not only with Time Machine but also additionally with Carbon Copy Cloner (which means I have actually two extra copies - one on the Time Machine disk and one on the Carbon Copy Cloner disk). I am doing this since many years (but I'm getting this error message only since two days). The only way out is to unmount the Carbon Copy Cloner disk and to mount it again after I used 1Password the first time. For the rest of the day it then does not matter anymore that I have "extra copies" of 1Password somewhere on a other hard drives on my Mac.
Why is 1Password not able to recognize that I am starting the "right" copy of 1Password from my boot disk and ignore the copy from the Carbon Copy Cloner disk (like it apparently ignores the copy from the Time Machine disk)? Can this be fixed, please?
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