Agile Partners announced Tuesday the release of 1Password 3.2.1 for Mac OS X, an update to the password management tool that includes support for Apple’s newly released Safari 5. The update also includes other changes and bug fixes.
Version 3.2.1 replaces version 3.2, which was released earlier on Tuesday but included a bug. Agile Partners is recommending users update to 3.2.1.
The release notes:
- New - Support for Safari 5.
- Changed - Changed Search in 1Password to always default to searching all items.
- Changed - No longer saving upper left portion of web page for medium thumbnail. If no apple touch icon is found, the favicon is used in conjunction with the default web login icon.
- Fixed - Improved reliability of the process that downloads website icons and previews.
- Fixed - Fixed - problem scrolling a lengthy Login list in the browser when using the keyboard.
- Fixed - Fixed - password generator for Logins.
- Fixed - Fixed - an exception that could happen when moving 1Password data file to a new location.
- Fixed - Fixed - problem updating Strong Password Generator window when switching between applications.
- Fixed - Fixed - problem with the date selection.
- Fixed - Improved error message when attempting to import passwords from web browser when no passwords are saved in the browser.
- Fixed - Wallet items are now properly translated for German localization.
- Fixed - Now correctly showing betas in Help > Release Notes when using a beta build.
- Fixed - Now placing keyboard focus in search field after 1Password is unlocked.
The update is free to registered users of version 3.x, and the full version is priced at US$39.95.
[Update: The company has since released version 3.2.1 to address a small bug in version 3.2, and our article was updated accordingly.]