after installing Firefox 3.6.3 1st password started working again.
It seems that no Mac, in Agile Web, has this problem. May be I offer a way to produce it.
My system was ok: Snow Leopard 10.6.3, Firefox and 1Password was all updated to the last version.
I used SuperDuper! for a bootable backup. This app, before backuping, reapirs permissions and, when finished backuping, restore spotlight state.
When I run Firefox after backup, it stopped running and there were no way to avoid the problem we are talking about.
Simply making a backup (no intalling new versions, no upagrading anything at all).
Why don't you try a backup with SuperDuper? May be you encounter the problem...
Just want to tell that i got the problem with the following extensions:
After updating to Version 3.1.3 (build 30645). The problem occured before but was solved (unfortunately a cannot say how). But now FF will not start even if 1pw is disabled and one of the other mentioned ext are installed. :-(
I know and I did not want to say that 1Password is the reason of this problem but actually the update of 1pw triggered it on my system. Today I installed the update to Version 3.2.0.BETA-3 (build 30649) and everything is fine again
i had the same problem. what fixed it for me was i re installed OS 10.6, did not format the hard disk but just re installed the system so i kept all programs. i then downloaded all the Mac updates and after that restarted FF 3.6. worked perfectly after that.
Seems like there is something that was left behind somewhere in the system. Cos I had this issue several times with several updates, first with FF to 3.6, then with 1PW. But all seems to be well now.
Sat 24 of Apr, 2010 22:04 PST #
I was able to solve the problem by following this
It took me about 2 and a half hours to download all the software updates but after that, firefox 3.6.3 with 1password browser extension works flawlessly.
I'm running Mac OS X (10.6.3) Snow Leopard and fired up my Snow Leopard Installer DVD.