1Password 8.2.0~56.BETA System Tray bugged on Fedora 33


I'd like to share some bugs I've found in the latest version of 1Password.

On Fedora 33 (KDE Plasma 5.20), there has been a bug introduced in the latest update: the little icon in the system tray has no options any more. In version 8.1, it still had an option to lock 1password and to close the app, and now, it only displays a '1password' option, which is not interactive. This makes it harder to interact with the app, as $killall is required in my case to terminate it entirely.

Also, deleting the copied password from the clipboard automatically does not seem to work with KDE's native clipboard. However, this issue was already present in older versions.



  • Whoops! Sorry, this landed on stable, somehow. It's late night time :dizzy:

    Reposting this in the appropriate beta channel.

  • PeterG_1PPeterG_1P

    Team Member

    Hey @veraxmath, thanks for letting us know about this. We definitely want to check this out and make sure everything works on KDE! I have reported it to our development team accordingly. Thanks for taking the time to raise the issue.

    ref: dev/core/core#9566

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