I am a new 1Password user (Splash ID refugee).
The Macintosh client is great. I am able to thoroughly categorize my passwords. Last night I moved the database over to the Windows client on my work PC. Wow, what a disappointment. I have read through the threads referencing the balance in preserving the look and feel of Windows vs making the different platforms have a similar/same user surface.
I get that. What I don't get is why the categories on the Mac side and not 100% the same as that on the Windows side. Really? It can't have been an oversight. What was the developer's rationale? To make maters worse, the windows client is moving data into the wrong fields. If I am able to change the label of a data entry field on the Mac platform, why isn't this very same label showing on the PC side? I haven't spent time in detailing the issues, but I am not able to recommend this as a robust cross-platform solution for storing passwords.
Less functionality on one platform vs the other is a 100% non-starter. Renaming and eliminating categories is the exact behavior you don't want in a cross platform database application.
I also noticed that all the icon pics I updated on the Mac did not transfer. Again, why would such information be "deleted" when moving from Mac to Windows?
What am I missing?