I just made a clean install on my Mac with High Sierra and 1Password 6. I was on Mavericks and 1Password 4 and I am trying to restore files from a Time Machine backup.
My family license was purchased directly from the Agile Bits web site. I have numerous Time Machine backups on an external drive but I am not able to locate the backup files. I have followed every possible hint available on the forums.
Followed all suggestions in the topic:
Some of the folders appear to be hidden when trying to view on an external drive.
So I moved the files to the local drive. Set the command line to “show all files”.
Attempted the Control G and Control P operations to try and view the hidden files.
That only partial worked. I still cannot see the backup files.
I saw the 1p4 files initially but when I tried to restore the backup, the OPEN button did nothing.
Now I can’t even find the folder and files. Very frustrating and I suspect that Apple has made further file restrictions on High Sierra that may be complicating the process.
I need to know for sure the location of the backup files.
I have all my data still on my iPhone. Is there another way to get the desktop app active and restore the data?
1Password Version: Was: 4.4.3, Is: 6.8.5
Extension Version: none installed now
OS Version: OS X was 10.9.5, Is: 10.13.2
Sync Type: WiFi
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