Bug in field value copying behavior.


We ran into some trouble with the 1password app (and browser extension) on Linux. When copying a value that has multiple entries (with the same key on the same vault file) you will always get the value of the first entry, regardless of which entry you have clicked. Perhaps its easier to show an example. Notice how the copied and large font type values differ from the actual value "pw2".

We were able to fix this issue by having distinct names when having multiple entries in the same file, so that leads us to think that the code that fetches the entry value when copying somehow is bugged (likely its not taking into account the index of the clicked entry but the field name alone).

Hopefully this is enough information for you to fix this issue, feel free to ask for more otherwise.

All the best,

1Password Version: 8.2.0
Extension Version: 2.1.3
OS Version: Ubuntu 20.04


  • SavanniSavanni

    Team Member

    Hi, @ramlabjose . Thanks for writing in.

    I notice that you're running 1Password 8.2. Could you try upgrading? In my checks, it appears that this bug is fixed in version 8.3 and later.

  • Hi @Savanni, I upgraded my 1Password to 8.3 but see no difference in behavior still.

    1Password for Linux 8.3.0 80300006, on PRODUCTION channel

  • Mathieu_1PMathieu_1P

    Team Member

    Hi @ramlabjose, thanks for following up with this.

    This is definitely not how we expect this to behave. It looks like the fix Savanni mentioned has unfortunately not yet reached the stable channel but it has reached beta channel. Would you be open to trying out the beta channel to see if your issue still occurs there?

  • Hi @Mathieu_1P , this does indeed fix it. Thanks a lot!

  • PeterG_1PPeterG_1P

    Team Member

    Great to hear, @ramlabjose. Thanks for letting us know it's fixed up!

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