We've added you to the list of users desiring the app.
I think it's time... at least before we all die at the end of 2012!!
Really interested in linux support. Count me in for a vote!
Thanks so much for your feedback. I will pass your vote along.
+1 from me too.
Windows is Windows and we will probably always have it, and OS X has sufficient market share to ensure it's longevity, but for me, the writing is on the wall for OS X. It's lost direction and has an increasing list of bugs and irritations in the UX. This is a personal view and if OS X still does it for you that is great. I still love it, but am looking for a change now. And there are only really two apps which keep me on OS X - Things and 1Password. Nearly everything else I use is cross platform. They are both such great apps, and whilst there are many quality alternatives, none of them do it for me. Just my 2c.
I'm on Debian based CrunchBang.
Regarding the above comment about it being a 'browser extension', rather than a 'native app'. How does the security of two options compare?
The extensions themselves are sandboxed by the browsers, so website itself can't see it directly. What we do is inject a script into the site to do the auto-save/auto-fill but no data are stored within this script.
The features (not related to security) are further restricted by the browser's APIs, so it can't be as fully featured as the native app and likely will never be.
If you're curious about how it's done, you can take look at the source code of the 1PasswordAnywhere file and see what we did. I'll add to our list to write about the technologies we use in our extensions.
That's interesting, I understand better now. Thanks.
You're welcome, keep the questions coming if you have it.
Definitely +1 here!
Assuming you wrote the windows version in C# I would say the best shot on porting to Linux would be to use the mono CLR. But only if you used WinForms and did'nt go for the new WPF stuff. As far as I know the mono dev team already stated that WPF is probably something they will never add to the mono APIs.
Ok, I guess I'm not telling you anything you don't already know. Just saying, 1Password is the only thing that keeps me on the OSX platform. Seriously.