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@Glyn: If you run 1Password 2 on Snow Leopard it will display an option to download version 3 beta. Send us an email if you have difficulties and we will be glad to help. Please note that we received quite a few emails in the past few days and it might take up to 2-3 days for us to respond. Best regards, Roustem Co-author of 1Password
Toggle Commented Aug 30, 2009 on Update: 1Password on Snow Leopard at Switchers' Blog
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@paul: You also mentioned that you were using 1Password for 2.5 years, thank you! I just wanted to note that it also means that during these 2.5 years you paid $129 to upgrade from Tiger to Leopard and now another $29 to upgrade to Snow Leopard. If you remember, we didn't charge for the Leopard-compatible version of 1Password and we didn't change for the upgrade from version 1.x to version 2. If you feel that 1Password didn't pay for itself in the past 2.5 years, please send me an email and I will gladly refund your purchase. I would rather have no customer than an unhappy one. Best regards, Roustem Co-author of 1Password
Toggle Commented Aug 30, 2009 on Update: 1Password on Snow Leopard at Switchers' Blog
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@paul: Recompiling in 64-bit mode will work fine for many applications. However, I think you are missing the point that 1Password 2 relied on InputManagers to provide its extension for Safari. The InputManagers in Snow Leopard work only with 32-bit, they do not work at all in 64-bit mode, and simply recompiling the code does not work. If you switch Safari to run in 32-bit mode in Snow Leopard then 1Password 2 Safari extension works just fine. Please take a look at the website like PimpMySafari that lists close to a hundred Safari extensions. I believe that at this moment none of these extensions work in Snow Leopard in 64-bit mode. This is not a simple click-of-a-button-in-Xcode as you are trying to suggest, it requires replacing a lot of code. We decided that instead of spending another month to try to make 1Password 2 (which, after 110 free updates is currently at version 2.9.29!) compatible with 64-bit Safari we would rather have version 3 completed. 1Password 3 was in development for over a year and we want to finish it as soon as we can. Best regards, Roustem Co-author of 1Password
Toggle Commented Aug 30, 2009 on Update: 1Password on Snow Leopard at Switchers' Blog
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@Bob Spage: Only 1Password Safari extension will not work by default in Snow Leopard. This is because Safari runs in 64-bit mode in Snow Leopard. Everything else should work fine. Best regards, Roustem Co-author of 1Password
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Thanks for the feedback, Antwan. I came up with this solution because in some cases both username and password are way too complex to remember and type. I sincerely hope you have a much better idea how to transfer multiple values from one iPhone application to another :) Best regards, Roustem Co-author of 1Password
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