I can not protest loudly enough when a developer changes the UI for an app or associated system integrations (1P Mini) and alters it to a point where they have actually taken away features that I use every day. As a long time user it's so incredibly frustrating to have your workflow interrupted learning a UI rethink. Muscle memory is realz!
I get that it all makes Mini look cleaner. I'll give you that. But when you take away features for something I'm now paying for via a yearly subscription ... my dollars aren't reflecting my needs.
The new popup menu = Grrrrrr! I only just now figured out how to now call up the Menu with ⌘–↓. Um ... that was intuitive—NOT! I've requested before that I could call up the menu categories via dedicated keyboard commands while Mini was open. But that hasn't happened. The only thing I see is the ability to change databases via ⌘–1 etc. I'd rather those main level commands be used to change categories. How many people actually use multiple databases? Not me. I've use 1 for all the years I've used 1P (since v1).
You've also removed the sliders for me to be able to control the number of digits and symbols. Many websites still limit the number of digits and symbols & now I can't control that from Mini—when I could do it before? Not good. Now I have to open the 1P app to be able to have that kind of granular control. What was the thinking behind that? It may make the interface cleaner; but at the cost of functionality. PLEASE don't remove those sliders from the app! Mini is supposed to make life easier—not more difficult!
I realize this is the beta and those feature may have not been rolled out to the general public ... but PLEASE rethink at least adding keyboard commands:
⌘–1 = All Items
⌘–2 = Favorites
⌘–3 = Logins
⌘–4 = Credit Cards
etc etc etc
And even if you have to make the commands ⌘⇧–number ... make them uniform in both the app & Mini. Or better yet ... let keyboard commands be user definable across Mini & the app via 1P prefs.
And please add back the slider controls to Mini, or even numeric fields—some way to alter the quantity of each—not just on/off.
And while I'm at it ... is there any way that websites publish their password requirements? And is there any way for 1P to read that and alter passwords to conform to those rules when creating a new password for a new website? There are still websites that will only allow you use certain characters & I still have to go into the new password in Mini & remove characters that are not allowed. If Mini could somehow know these limitations & use them auto-magically to create a compliant password ... now THAT would be and amazing feature!
Yes ... I'm a passionate (and maybe a bit crazy) long-time user & proponent of 1Password. I don't mind change. Change is a good thing. But when you remove features—for whatever reason—I'm going to speak up. That's part of the beta process. Yes?
1Password Version: 7.3 b-13
Extension Version: 7.3 b-13
OS Version: 10.14.5
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