I've used Roboform in Windows for a few years, and I'm used to the way it works and its ugliness.
However, in preparation of moving to a Mac, I thought I would future-proof myself by making use of 1Password instead, as I'd read loads of positive things about it for Mac users.
So I've got 1Password for Windows, and I also have it on my iPhone and iPad, where the Dropbox sync works well, and it's really useful.
However, in Windows, I'm extremely disappointed with 1Password. Is this experience what I can expect when I get a Mac, or are 1Password for Windows and 1Password for Mac different animals?
For instance, there are a number of sites that 1Password's login filling doesn't work with. www.bet365.com would be one example. It just fills the username field with "Password", and fails.
Also, I was of the impression that 1Password could store my identity information (name, address, contact details) as well as credit card details, and intelligently fill forms, the way Roboform does. In my years of experience with Roboform, it's very intelligent, and works almost every time. If I visit a site/page I haven't visited before (for example to place an order) and it asks for my contact details, I just click on my Identity, and it loads them all into the form. On the next page, when it asks for payment, I just click my Identity and it loads it all into the form.
I expected 1Password to do this. While I have the ability to store my identity and card information, it never seems to fill them in on a form. In Chrome, when I hit CTRL+\ I get the 1Password popup appear, and I have access to my Logins, Identities, Credit Cards and the Generator. But if I try and use my Identity to fill a form with my details - it doesn't work. (EDIT: To clarify - it might fill in my name and leave the rest of the form blank)
In Firefox (was 3.x, now 4.x) when I press CTRL+\ the popup shows (along the top) Lock, Logins, Credit Cards, Generator, Search. Well that's different! Where's my Identity info?
It all feels very inconsistent, and overall disappointing. While it looks good, at this stage, 1Password doesn't seem to hold a flame to Roboform, even though Roboform is hella ugly.
I suppose my questions are;
Is this what I can expect on the Mac?
Why is 1Password so inconsistent between browsers on Windows?
Am I using it correctly, or is it just not working?