Requesting window borders. Please!
1Password's white window has no border, in defiance of Microsoft's various UX & UI guides, and of best practices for usability and accessibility.
This presents a constant annoyance at best, and an ADA-hostile visual-processing challenge at worst. It regularly takes significant effort to know which app I'm clicking on when 1Password is atop a white background. Thus, I'm regularly foregrounding the wrong application, or even closing the wrong one.
BTW, the problem remains after "High Contrast Mode" is enabled via Windows accessibility, except that now it's a black window with an invisible border against a black background.
Note that the 1Password browser extension DOES give a border. It might be a non-standard shadow effect, and it too might ignore all O/S customizations, but I'm grateful for it.
1Password Version: All, including beta
Extension Version: 2.7.0
OS Version: Windows 10 Pro