When I use autofill on a website where username and password fields are shown progressively (or on separate pages), I am seeing the 1Password lock screen animate up on to the screen, and then animate down again after filling the username/password. I am seeing this animation twice. Even worse, on iOS with Touch ID I have to authenticate twice, once for the username and once for the password.
I haven’t tested this extensively, but it looks like on websites with username and password on the same screen (e.g. Instapaper) the action works like it did before: tap “sign in”, tap the blue button to enter credentials, authenticate with Face ID (automatic) or Touch ID (use sensor), tap “sign in” and it’s done.
Is it necessary to show this animation and to have to unlock twice? It doesn’t seem to add anything to the experience except friction. My settings in
Advanced | Security have Password Autofill selected OFF.
The process used to be straightforward, and now it’s a pain.
By the way, the 1Password behaviour where it seems to forget the Touch ID/Face ID setting after an update unless I toggle it off and on again seems to still be present.
1Password Version: 7.6.1
Extension Version: NA
OS Version: IOS 13.6
Sync Type: NA
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