The previous discussion is closed, so I am opening a new one, because this has still not been fixed and it is a serious issue that affects me because I use 24-character passwords and the last few characters are not visible.
Just because you cannot come up with a use case does not mean you can dismiss this as "intended behavior". I'm baffled by the responses in the other thread. You are saying not many users need to see the whole password. That's ridiculous, please explain to me what exactly do I gain from seeing the beginning of the password when all my passwords are randomly generated, since that is the whole purpose of a password manager, to not have to remember them?
There are circumstances where I simply cannot "just copy and paste" the password. It's easy for you to say that, but please tell me, how exactly am I supposed to copy-paste the password to the initial setup screen on Android or iOS when 1Password isn't even installed yet? The only way is viewing it on my computer and typing it in manually. This is a very frustrating bug that forces me to either use Large Type (which is way too large for my use case and requires scrolling) or open the item for editing (which requires unnecessary extra clicks). I love 1Password, but if you refuse to fix this simple issue and dismiss it as "intended behavior", I may have to look for an alternative, or go through the pain of shortening all my passwords to 20 characters (which is also unnecessary reducing security even if it's probably still secure enough).
1Password Version: Not Provided
Extension Version: 1.21.0
OS Version: Windows 10
Sync Type: my.1password.com