Hey folks. Something I've been trying to do lately is consolidating all my 2FA within the 1Password app. Two main longstanding apps that got in the way of that were the Battle.net Authenticator from Blizzard, and Steam Guard from Valve.
Today I finally found a workaround for the first. I deactivated my Authenticator from my phone, installed WinAuth on my computer, generated an Authenticator app within it and verified it with Blizzard, then exported the Authenticator app information from WinAuth in plaintext. I then took the whole otpauth://totp/BattleNet:Battle.net secret URL and pasted it in 1Password's One-Time Password field, and received back a functioning, correct code that helps me login to my account. Great!
I tried to replicate this with Steam Guard, but:
1) The 1Password code generator correctly recognizes that the output is 5-characters long.
2) It outputs numbers instead of letters.
I'm aware that this is an extremely rare use-case scenario, but can the app be updated to support Steam Guard (or character string based 2FA outputs)?
1Password Version: 7.2.581
Extension Version: 184.108.40.206
OS Version: Windows 10 Build 1803
Sync Type: 1Password.com