I'm using 1Password version 8.0.34 on Void Linux, so from tarball. It basically works as expected, but there is this one thing that's driving me crazy: every time I launch 1Password, it creates the following directories in my ~/.config (the value of $XDG_CONFIG_HOME):
drwx------ - f 7 Jun 12:17 BraveSoftware
drwx------ - f 7 Jun 12:17 google-chrome
drwx------ - f 7 Jun 12:17 google-chrome-beta
drwx------ - f 7 Jun 12:17 google-chrome-unstable
drwx------ - f 7 Jun 12:17 microsoft-edge-dev
drwx------ - f 7 Jun 12:17 vivaldi
drwx------ - f 7 Jun 12:17 vivaldi-snapshot
I'm not using any of these browsers and I'm very concerned about keeping my dotfiles clean (OCD-like thing), so the pure existence of it, although not harmfull in anyway, hurts my brain ;-)
Any idea, how can I get rid of it?
Bonus question: what about AppImage? Before the official release there was an AppImage for 1Password on the official website and I liked it more. Current options are: snaps, rpms and debs (all of them unacceptable for me - I won't use distribution shipped with systemd via default) and this tarball, which works, but has some flaws (for example post install script has /opt/1Password hardcoded, which is kinda not ok). Any chance to get AppImage back?
1Password Version: 8.0.34
Extension Version: none
OS Version: Not Provided
Sync Type: Cloud