I know I'm letting my OCD get out a little bit, so please bear with me. Also, I'm sorry for posting it in the lounge, but the issue seems to be cross-platform so I didn't know where else to put it.
Firstly, I have a 1password.ca account. But my applications are loaded with Americanisms. Most visible is the Social Security Number category, which should be called "Social Insurance Number" in a Canadian account. Furthermore, the rich icon for the social insurance number is stars-and-stripes themed. And the glyph for the category is a smaller, B&W version of the same icon.
Given the strong anti-foreigner sentiment running rampant under the current U.S. administration, I find being forced to use Americanisms rather off-putting. It smacks of ego.
I know I can manually change the name of the record and its rich icon. I shouldn't have to, but I can. But I am unable to locate any place to correct the mislabeled category name and glyph in any of the Windows, IOS, or the Web GUI applications.
Is everyone in world forced to use Americanisms... and expected to "just deal with it"? Or am I missing a setting somewhere? I hope it's the latter because whenever I see it, it gets my back up a little higher.
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