Here is my problem, I can’t believe it’s rare but I can’t find a SIMPLE solution.
I have several Macintoshes, as well as mobile devices, all of which use 1Password. All of which sync to the same Dropbox 1Password “vault”. (I put vault in quotation marks because
It should be clean and simple. Instead, it’s a mess. Though they’re all syncing to the same place and ostensibly putting the same data in front of my eyes, they all LOOK different, i.e. they have different vaults with different names and different defaults. It is offensive to any sense of order.
So what I want to do: for example, on Macintosh X, I want to DELETE 1Password and just start over. I don’t want to delete my data from Dropbox, obviously, I want to delete 1Password the app and all its preferences so that when I try to install it again it won’t repopulate all the previous preferences, vaults, etc, thinking it’s doing me a favor. I want to start from SCRATCH, but be able to pour my old data (data, not vaults) in. (FYI, when I search the forums for “start from scratch”, they assume that means start with ZERO data, and that is not what I want.) And once I’ve got it clean and right on one machine, I want to go to each machine/device, delete, and start again there too. That way, at the end of the process, all the machines will look EXACTLY the same and going forward will stay the same, in sync.
How can I do this? Everything I’ve tried doesn’t work. Can you help me. Am I being clear about what I want to do? If no one else has this problem then I’m obviously doing something wrong.
1Password Version: 6.1
Extension Version: Not Provided
OS Version: macOS 10.11.6, iOS 10 (beta)
Sync Type: Dropbox
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