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How can I stop using Lockwise and still have my passwords Sync?

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Vision Accessable Computing is my issue. The Lockwise page/interface is narrow and verticle; I suspect it is that was so it is easier to read on narrow smart phone screens. I don't have a smart phone because the screen is too small to see for me. I own desktops with multiple monitors so I can view things big across multiple, and thus wide, screens. Lockwise can't be dealt with this way and as such is not able to be "skimmed." I need to have my passwords (and everything else) synced across my 3 desktops. But, as described, Lockwise is only poorly readible. How can I sync passwords and get the option for the old password interface? Or do I have to log in (getting Lockwise) to sync and then have to log out for the rest of the day to read? Is the only option for visually impaired people like me (aging eyesight) to downgrade to an earlier version of Firefox and just know I can NEVER update again? And if so, how do I make Firefox "un-update?"

Vision Accessable Computing is my issue. The Lockwise page/interface is narrow and verticle; I suspect it is that was so it is easier to read on narrow smart phone screens. I don't have a smart phone because the screen is too small to see for me. I own desktops with multiple monitors so I can view things big across multiple, and thus wide, screens. Lockwise can't be dealt with this way and as such is not able to be "skimmed." I need to have my passwords (and everything else) synced across my 3 desktops. But, as described, Lockwise is only poorly readible. How can I sync passwords and get the option for the old password interface? Or do I have to log in (getting Lockwise) to sync and then have to log out for the rest of the day to read? Is the only option for visually impaired people like me (aging eyesight) to downgrade to an earlier version of Firefox and just know I can NEVER update again? And if so, how do I make Firefox "un-update?"
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