1Password from AgileBits



  • AgileBits says 1Password extension can not fill in passwords because the Vivaldi code is not signed. https://support.1password.com/code-signature/



  • Open 1Password application preferences, go to the advanced tab, uncheck Verify Browser Code Signature



  • Thank you!!



  • I'm not able to use the 1Password extension at all (I've unchecked code signature). I keep getting this message:



  • Yes, this is probably a stupid question, but is the 1Password app installed? Do you have 1Password Mini running in the menu bar, and is it working correctly?



  • Ok, I just realized this is an even more stupid question than I originally thought. Obviously if you've unchecked the "Check code signature" preference, you have the main app installed. Duh. Sorry!

    @grigsby:

    Yes, this is probably a stupid question, but is the 1Password app installed? Do you have 1Password Mini running in the menu bar, and is it working correctly?



  • The Chrome-based 1Password Extension exhibits two notable, repeatable bugs when used in conjunction with Vivaldi on my Windows 10 system. The following series of steps can be used to reproduce these problems:

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    • Start the Vivaldi browser. Open two tabs for two different websites for which you have 1Password login credentials stored (e.g. an online store, your webmail). For future reference, these two websites will be called Site-A and Site-B.
    • In the first tab showing Site-A, click the 1Password Extension button in the Vivaldi toolbar to show the 1Password context menu. The menu should identify the Site-A login credentials are available. Similarly, select the second tab representing Site-B. Clicking the 1Password Extension button will reveal the Site-B login information in the resulting context menu. Leave this second tab (for Site-B) as the active tab.
    • Bug 1: Open a new Vivaldi window, leaving the original Vivaldi window as is. Go to the website for Site-A in a tab in this new window. Click the 1Password Extension button and note that the login credentials for Site-B are shown, not those for Site-A as would be expected.
    • Bug 2: Click the close window button in that first, original Vivaldi window. Click the 1Password Extension button in the newer Vivaldi window. The 1Password context menu does not appear at all. The correct result would be to display the context menu with Site-A's login credentials.
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    My system details are:
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    • Windows 10 Pro x64 v. 1511
    • Vivaldi 1.1.453.59 (64-bit)
    • 1Password 4.6.0.604
    • 1Password Extension 4.5.6.90
      [/ul]

    Repeating the above procedure in Chrome 51.0.2704.63 m (64-bit), the behaviour of the 1Password Extension context menu is correct and as expected. Therefore, the bug appears to be unique to Vivaldi. It seems as if the 1Password Extension is only ever aware of its context in the first Vivaldi window, and is unable to recognize webpages loaded into subsequent Vivaldi windows.

    This issue has also been reported in Agilebit's 1Password forum. See https://discussions.agilebits.com/discussion/64260/.



  • I have now updated to the next release of the browser, Vivaldi 1.2.490.35 64-bit, and the aforementioned bugs with the 1Password Extension have been vanquished. The correct login information is displayed in the context menu in both scenarios listed in my previous message.



  • Grigsby, as of 1Password 6.3 you can have the Verify browser code signature enabled as 6.3 includes the browser code signature for the stable version of Vivaldi. Happy days!


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