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Upgrading from Mountain Lion to Mavericks? You’ll be forced to upgrade from 1Password 3 to 1 Password 4 but there are a few things that change. First, there is a “1password Mini” that will run in the menu bar: This has to do with having to have 1Password available for a connection to your browser. Chrome with Address Bar / Omnibox via the 1p shortcut Back in 2011 1Password announced their new omnibox address bar searching for chrome. Apparently because of the new way that Mavericks works with sandboxing apps this is no longer possible (at least at this point). Examining the extension shows that this capability has been completely removed. Hopefully this will be back soon because it was very helpful.
You’ll see from the 1password support site that there is a bug having to do with resetting the default shortcut keys. There are two versions of 1Password, one installed from their website and one installed from the app store. If you use the one from the app store, you an delete these two files to reset all the preferences: Folder: ~/Library/Containers/com.agilebits.onepassword-osx/Data/Library/Preferences/ Files com.agilebits.onepassword-osx.plist com.agilebits.onepassword-osx.plist.lockfile ps: You may want to make a backup of these. If you’ve downloaded the program from their website, you will find the plist file located instead at: ~/Library/Preferences/ws.agile.1Password.plist You can also open these 1Password plist preference files with a program like PlistEdit Pro.app and simply find the following two values and delete them: ShortcutRecorder bookmarks ShortcutRecorder restoreForm For some related information, see the help article on their support forum.