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1Password 7.8.7

AgileBits has issued 1Password 7.8.7, adding support for the new Magic Keyboard with Touch ID on M1-based Macs. The password manager also ensures that the Quit Completely menu item is present in the 1Password menu at all times, fixes a bug with authentication that could cause you to become disconnected, properly displays the stoplight buttons when viewing items in separate windows, resolves an issue that prevented archived items from migrating to 1Password accounts, and ensures that logins save and fill on the US Electronic Federal Tax Payment System. ($64.99 standalone app from AgileBits or the Mac App Store or a $2.99- or $4.99-per-month subscription—TidBITS members setting up new accounts receive 6 months free, free update, 75.8 MB, release notes, macOS 10.13+)

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  1. tom

    I just happened upon the update article concerning AgileBits 1Password update to 7.8.7

    In the blurb it is mentioned, if I understood properly a Stand Alone License is still available.
    As of 15 June 2021 AgileBits no longer sells Stand Alone Licenses.
    Please see this update via 1Password forum from one of the creators, Dave of 1Password.

    Once opened, please scroll down slightly past the gentleman, @soshiito who posed an excellent query and Dave responded.

    I hope this helps.

  2. Thanks for the heads-up—we hadn’t seen that before.

  3. tom

    No trouble. Glad to help out.

  4. Hi @ace - I hope you’re planning a story on this change. I might be OK with a subscription-only model, but I am definitely not OK with losing my ability to store some 1Password vaults locally and others on a cloud service of my choosing. Time to research alternatives.

  5. We’ve been watching the situation, but given that 1Password 8 is just in beta, we’re waiting to see what happens with the actual release.

    There has been a lot of discussion here.

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