My partner tells me I should be able to see a list of generated passwords, but the list is empty.
I have just been sent a link to a customer's invoice creation site. They sent me account details and a single-use password. Being a responsible vendor, I used 1P to create a nice but very forgettable password and logged in.
I copied and pasted the password from the 1P plugin in the browser because that's how it seems to work. I probably should read the instructions because I was told "It just works - so use it" but clearly not. From other posts, the Fill button seems to be key.
Anyhoo, the upshot is that I was able to log into the account, and the password was not recorded. (I bet I have a shirtload of these little nightmares waiting for me elsewhere. But this is not the problem.) Naturally, since the customer is SAP, their web form does not work with Firefox, so I opened Safari (like that's gonna work...) and copied my new vendor number from their email to a second browser. An astute observer would now drily remark that I have just lost the generated password that I had just set when I logged in through the first browser.
My partner, who got me started on 1P in the first place, said "No problem - look at the generated password history." Sounds promising, but is totally blank. I have created and used dozens of passwords in 1P, but there is nothin' there.
Is this what I should expect? Is there something I have to do to activate generated password history?
I am using Mac OS X 10.7.3 and 1P 3.8.19.
Meanwhile, I have to tell my great big customer that their consultant is not smart enough to log into their web site...