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1Password 7.2.2

AgileBits has released 1Password 7.2.2 with a lengthy list of improvements and bug fixes for the password manager. The update now prompts you to enable the Safari App Extension if necessary, ensures 1Password mini displays properly on multiple screen systems, enables sorting of Favorites, allows searching based on the presence of 2FA codes, and adds OmniFocus 3 to the list of suggested items. 1Password 7.2.2 also fixes a bug that could cause 1Password mini to stick around when it should have been dismissed, eliminates several crashes, and requires you type your Master Password any time you add or remove fingerprints. ($64.99 standalone app from AgileBits and Mac App Store or a $2.99- or $4.99-per-month subscription (TidBITS members receive 6 months free), free update, 45.9 MB, release notes, macOS 10.12.6+)

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  1. I had a major headache with 1Password 7.2.1 when I upgraded OSX to Mohave. The Safari extension ceased to function, so no autofilling passwords. I kept trying to reinstall the extension, which I couldn’t seem to find on Apple’s Safari Extensions page. I went to the AgileBits support site, and the only option I founddownloaded an installer for 4.x.x, which would seem to install normally, be visible in the list of installed Safari extensions, then disappear as soon as I quit Safari. After uninstalling other extensions, doing other tweaks that failed, I was getting pretty frustrated. Finally, reinstalling 1Password 7 installed the new 1Password 7 extension as well, and all was good again. Three hours later… Humph.

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