After entering my username/password in a web form, I often choose to replace an existing password instead of creating a new one. When I do so, this replaces the entire contents of the old 1Password entry without saving the original entry in deleted items. When replacing an existing web login, 1Password should replace the username, password, and webform fields only. It should not replace new sections added by me, nor notes.
This came up for me because I often save my security/validation questions and answers in 1Password (also randomly generated values from 1Password). When they're associated with a web login, I add them as a notes section in the web login saved by 1Password. However, if I subsequently change my password, I use the "Replace existing password" functionality, which wipes/destroys my old entry in entirety, instead of just the webform, username, and password. I've had near-catastrophic account recovery issues because I lose the validation questions and some sites don't allow them to be changed.
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