cmd-. doesn't prompt to unlock 1Password

In the past, when I'd autofill with cmd-., if 1Password wasn't already unlocked, the unlock prompt would pop up. Currently, if 1Password isn't already unlocked, doing cmd-. does nothing. I have to realize that 1Password is locked, switch to the 1Password app, unlock it, then return to the browser to find the login/password filled in. Is it possible to get the extension to pop up the prompt to unlock?


1Password Version: 7.9.5 (70905003)
Extension Version: 2.3.3
OS Version: 12.3.1

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  • JimmyTheSaintJimmyTheSaint
    Community Member

  • JimmyTheSaintJimmyTheSaint
    Community Member

    bump

  • JimmyTheSaintJimmyTheSaint
    Community Member

    bump

  • Jack.P_1PJack.P_1P

    Team Member

    Hi @JimmyTheSaint:

    I sincerely apologize for missing your thread. It seems like 1Password in Firefox might be having trouble communicating with 1Password for Mac. If you fully quit 1Password for Mac as well as Firefox, and then toggle "Integrate with the 1Password app" in Settings for 1Password for Firefox (right click the 1Password icon in Firefox, choose Settings), does that improve your state of play? Let me know.

    Jack

  • JimmyTheSaintJimmyTheSaint
    Community Member

    My setting, "Integrate with the 1Password app" is already set, and has remained so across restarts, but I again quit the Firefox and 1Password apps (while 1Password's menu bar icon remains running), and there's no change. For example, I get no cmd-. fill behavior at htps://waldorfmusic.com/en/forum/. I do have other passwords for other web pages in that domain, for example https://beta.waldorfmusic.com/forum/index.php.

    It seems that these failures to get cmd-. to fill in the password occur exclusively on web sites where I have more than one password associated with that domain, as with Waldorf above.

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