1Password Adds Safari 5.1 Autosubmit and Save Support

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AgileBits released 1Password 3.7.1 for the Mac on Wednesday, adding autosave and autosubmit support for Safari 5.1. 1Password is a password management application that can also generate strong passwords, and securely store sensitive information.

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After installing the update, users should make sure the latest 1Password extension is running in Safari 5.1. To update 1Password’s Safari extension, do this:

  • Launch Safari
  • Choose Safari > Preferences
  • Click Extensions
  • Click Updates, then click Get Extensions
  • Relaunch Safari

1Password is priced at US$39.99 and is available at the AgileBits Web site. The update is free for version 3 users.

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Comments

Bryan Chaffin

Still buggy for me—specifically, I’m seeing it ask if I want to save logins for sites where I have already done so (this could be an issue with URLs that have dynamic session-related elements).

But, some functionality has been restored, like being able to access 1Password at all from Safari. smile

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