My 1Password updated today to 7.2.5 and it has been a complete disaster. Every time I open the popup (with cmd+\), it prompts me to install the chrome extension, which was already installed. I've had this bug happen before, by the way, and it is extremely annoying.
I didn't want to fuss around with this for the 3rd time, so I deleted the chrome extension and re-downloaded it, and signed in. I even killed Chrome and relaunched it, and killed 1Password as well.
No dice. It still always asks me to install the chrome extension, rendering the mini menu utterly unusable
The mini menu is far and away the biggest selling point, without it functioning properly, the app is substantially less useful.
FWIW, I am not a fan of new design or whatever changes happened to the chrome extension. It is so different I wonder if there are two chrome extensions and I just downloaded the wrong one (which is really bad, the product shouldn't be fragmented like that in a way that people can't distinguish between the versions/products). I think the updates to the chrome extension are heavy-handed and uncalled for. I never needed more popups, which the new extension is in love with. All I ever needed was the mini menu and the auto-fill features. I really dislike that your developers keep iterating on what was already, honestly, a perfect product. I wish the dev team would focusing on fixing bugs rather than tweaking the UI every month. It is incredibly jarring and frustrating to have to deal with new bugs you introduce along with new features and having to navigate around the new UI.
A frustrated software developer.
1Password Version: 7.2.5
Extension Version: 1.14.1
OS Version: 10.14.3
Sync Type: Not Provided
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