I've previously been using 1Password 4 on my Windows machine with the 1Password Chrome Extension, and I decided to install the new 1Password 6 from the Windows Store.
Following the instructions in this post, "How do I use t browser extension with the Beta?", I killed the
Agile1PAgent.exe process. I also removed the executable from the startup list.
Now, with 1Password 6 open and unlocked, I open a new Chrome instance and navigate to a login page. I right-click to open the contextual menu and click on the "1Password" entry.
At this point, I expect for a new contextual menu to appear with the possible fill-in options for the page.
What actually happens is Chrome launches a new tab as the 1Password extension attempts to find the 1Password helper. It then launches an external protocol request to
If I click "Launch Application", it launches 1Password 4.
I originally installed the Chrome Extension through the Chrome Web Store, and I use it successfully on multiple Macs with 1Password 6 for Mac installed. My computers all share the same Chrome profile—and therefore the same extension set. I have also tried uninstalling the extension and reinstalling it, to no avail.
Let me know if there is any further information I can provide. I don't believe I've missed any steps in this process, but please enlighten me if I did. I would love to get this working since I think 1Password 6 is vastly superior to its predecessors, especially on Windows.
1Password Version(s): 6.0.161u, 220.127.116.114
Extension Version: 18.104.22.168
OS Version: Windows 10 Pro Build 10586.494
Chrome version: 51.0.2704.103 m
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