Stop auto-submitting forms in 1Password 8 on Mac?

_B__B_
Community Member

Hi 1Password community? I'm wondering if there's anyway to stop 1Password 8 on Mac from autosubmitting forms when using the Command+\ keyboard shortcut? When it works, its fancy and lovely. But I've noticed some issues, such as logging in on bestbuy.com just now, I pressed Command+\ to enter my one-time MFA code, and it did enter correctly, but on submit it also jumped to the bottom of the page, entered my email address I use for login in the newsletter subscribe box of the footer, and autosubmitted, so I'm now subscribed to their ads. While this type of behavior has been rare, it just doesn't seem worth the risk that I could accidentally expose unintended private info in a form I don't intend to. In this case, it was just my email address (to my knowledge) that the website already had ... not a big deal. But what if it had been a website that didn't have that email address? What if it had autofilled and autosubmitted my password? It just leaves no option for me to manually override. I'd feel much safer if I could turn this off.

Thanks!


1Password Version: 8.7.1
Extension Version: 2.3.6
OS Version: macOS
Browser:_ Safari

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  • _B__B_
    Community Member

    Wondering if anyone has thoughts? Thanks!

  • Jack.P_1PJack.P_1P

    Team Member

    B:

    Great question! As it currently stands, there isn't an option to disable auto-submit using ⌘+\, but I'll share your thoughts with the team.

    If you use the inline menu, rather than ⌘+\ to fill, 1Password won't auto submit. Let me know if that helps!

    Jack

    ref: dev/core/core#14506

  • _B__B_
    Community Member

    Thanks Jack! Makes sense and its what I assumed based on my experience, I've just had my information inappropriately submitted to a newsletter sign up form on at least one occasion because the website likely uses the same form name or something for both their login and subscribe forms. Bad "form" on their part, likely, but I do feel like 1PW users shouldn't have to worry about their info inadvertently being submitted in the wrong place -- especially when that data could potentially be sensitive. I like the auto submit functionality in theory, if you can find a way to ensure under no circumstances, even bad website coding, will data be inadvertently submitted to the wrong form.

    Thanks!

  • Jack.P_1PJack.P_1P

    Team Member

    Hi @"B":

    You're very welcome. Feel free to get in touch if there's anything else we can help you with in the future!

    Jack

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