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How do I place my 1Password extention into Firefox on my Mac OS 10.7.5 ?

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Firefox 39.0 allows my 1Password Extension to show the icon and functions properly. Firefox 46.0.1 does not display the 1Password icon and refuses to allow access to my 1Password app.

I have the 1Password License but can't seem to find how to get it approved by Firefox.

    Help ?     

mer7dian

Firefox 39.0 allows my 1Password Extension to show the icon and functions properly. Firefox 46.0.1 does not display the 1Password icon and refuses to allow access to my 1Password app. I have the 1Password License but can't seem to find how to get it approved by Firefox. Help ? mer7dian

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cor-el
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See: *https://support.1password.com/v3-extension-firefox/
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Your extensions list shows "1Password 4.5.6" is enabled but this version number seems odd for your version of MacOS X 10.7 because 1Password version 4 is for OSX 10.8 and later.

???

On OSX 10.7, I think the only one that would let you use 1Password3 in Firefox is to install Firefox 38.8.0esr. See:

If that doesn't work out, it's not looking good for OSX 10.7, you might need to change password managers.

Your extensions list shows "1Password 4.5.6" is enabled but this version number seems odd for your version of MacOS X 10.7 because 1Password version 4 is for OSX 10.8 and later. ??? On OSX 10.7, I think the ''only'' one that would let you use 1Password3 in Firefox is to install Firefox 38.8.0esr. See: * https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/organizations/all/ ''(note: there is a link above the list with the icons to switch between Firefox 45 and Firefox 38)'' If that doesn't work out, it's not looking good for OSX 10.7, you might need to change password managers.