Bug report: 1password UI covers auto-filled form after TouchID verification

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berniecode
berniecode
Community Member
edited October 2018 in Mac

If I auto-fill a password form using Command-\ and have recently authenticated so don't need to reauthenticate, it just fills in the password form and I can submit it. However, if TouchID is required, it prompts me to put my finger on the scanner, and when I've done that the 1password UI pops up. Behind it, the password form is filled, but the form is now hidden by the 1password UI, so you need to click somewhere else on the screen to hide it before you can submit the form.


1Password Version: 7.1.2
Extension Version: 4.7.3.90
OS Version: OS X 10.13.6
Sync Type: Not Provided

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  • AGAlumB
    AGAlumB
    1Password Alumni
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    It sounds like you have the main 1Password window open for some reason, and that can certainly happen in that case as macOS brings the app to the front when it gets focus, as it does after Touch ID authentication. It's not something we have control over. However, there have been some changes to try to work around some of those behaviours, and you're a bit out of date with both 1Password and macOS, so I'd encourage you to update both (and your browsers as well, if you haven't already) as that may help.

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