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(REQUEST) Lockwise export/import

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Hello, it is just not possible to export/import password data with Lockwise. It would be very helpfull if this feature would be implemented. 1.) export/import Lockwise data for backup/restore 2.) import password datas from other pw managers

Best regards Dieter

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Now with version 8.0.1 the Import and Export buttons are visible. I could test the export and the data was readable. (Except the date fields could not be interpreted by the spreadsheet yet).

But with FF-ESR - 78.2.0esr, only the button for "other" browsers is visible.

There the lockwise functionality is still missing.

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Hi, export to CSV should be in v. 79, devs are still working on import.

See:

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See also my reply in this thread for possible solution with JSON format and the Browser Console

  • /questions/1290315 Importing login and password data from other password management software to Lockwise

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Now with version 8.0.1 the Import and Export buttons are visible. I could test the export and the data was readable. (Except the date fields could not be interpreted by the spreadsheet yet).

But with FF-ESR - 78.2.0esr, only the button for "other" browsers is visible.

There the lockwise functionality is still missing.

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Firefox 78 ESR versions only receive security updates and not new features, so for ESR releases you will have to wait a year for the next major ESR release.

Firefox 78 ESR does have the module to export logins to CSV, but they choose to wait until 79 to enable this feature.

  • resource://gre/modules/LoginExport.jsm

The import code got added in Firefox 80, so there is no way to import. In Firefox 80 you can enable the CSV import feature by toggling this pref on the about:config page.

  • signon.management.page.fileImport.enabled = true

You need to use code in userContent.css to make the export item appear.

/* ABOUT:LOGINS */
@-moz-document url-prefix("about:logins") {
  button.menuitem-export { display: block !important; }
}

In Firefox 69 and later you need to set this pref to true on the about:config page to enable userChrome.css and userContent.css in the chrome folder.

  • toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets = true

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Many thanks for the explanations. The export is more important for me, so that I can fill my central Keepass2 with it.

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