A recent change by Scotiabank seems to have broken 1Password functionality. Like most login pages the bank requires both a username/card number and a password to be entered to successfully login. After 1Password fills in this information Scotiabank now pops up 1 of three security questions to be answered. 1Password seems unable to fill in the answer to this subsequent security questions (as expected), and so now the login process is not nearly as automatic as it used to be. Scotiabank has also enabled the suppression of these security questions by having the user 'save' the username/card number so that this field is pre-populated the next time you open a browser and go to the login page - and this is where I run into problems.
I tried this method of suppressing the security questions by saving my card number but this is where 1Password breaks. Like many households my wife and I both have bank logins saved within 1Password and, of course, both of us have different card numbers. If I save my bank card number via the login page then 1Password can successfully log me into the bank. However, if my wife attempts to login to her account sometime later 1Password will not over-write the 'saved' bank card number (my number) with her information and will only input her password which along with my bank card number which results in a failed login - and vice versa if I have the login page 'save' her bank card number.
I suppose I could bookmark two separate instances of login pages with each instance having 'saved' a different bank card number but this seems an odd work around. I have twice provided feedback to Scotiabank that this new change is breaking my password manager. I have also pointed out that having one of two pieces of key login information pre-populated (saved) by the web browser seems like a poor security practice (why give away login information if you don't need to?) but they do not seem inclined to change their login page.
Is there anyway to have 1Password enter both bank card number and password regardless if one of those fields is already pre-populated by the web page? If 1Password could do this I would 'save' a login page with a bunch of zeroes representing the bank card info and then 1Password could over-write the zeroes with the correct bank card info and also input the corresponding correct password to successfully login.
1Password Version: 1Password 7 Version 7.6 (70600006) Mac App Store
Extension Version: latest ???
OS Version: 10.15.5
Sync Type: 1Password account