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avatar PhilETaylor
PhilETaylor
20 Apr 2021

Steps to reproduce the issue

On the edit article screen of Joomla 4

Screen.Recording.2021-04-20.at.10.26.07.pm.mp4

Expected result

No injection of 3d party password vaults into select boxes

Actual result

As per video. The 1Password.com apps inject into the select boxes.

System information (as much as possible)

Safari on mac.

Additional comments

Posting here and also cross posting to 1Password Support directly as Im sure there is something both projects can do to improve this.

avatar PhilETaylor PhilETaylor - open - 20 Apr 2021
avatar joomla-cms-bot joomla-cms-bot - change - 20 Apr 2021
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avatar brianteeman
brianteeman - comment - 20 Apr 2021

You might want to post it upstream to choicesjs as well

avatar PhilETaylor PhilETaylor - change - 20 Apr 2021
Title
[4] 1Password injects into chosen/dropdowns
[4] 1Password injects into choicesjs/dropdowns
avatar PhilETaylor PhilETaylor - edited - 20 Apr 2021
avatar Fedik Fedik - change - 21 Apr 2021
Status New Closed
Closed_Date 0000-00-00 00:00:00 2021-04-21 06:39:48
Closed_By Fedik
avatar Fedik Fedik - close - 21 Apr 2021
avatar Fedik
Fedik - comment - 21 Apr 2021

well, here is nothing that we can do,
the browser extensions can hajack the site page as they want, and that what they did 😄

avatar PhilETaylor
PhilETaylor - comment - 21 Apr 2021

There was loads that we could do and the reason that this issue was opened was so that we could collaborate with the upstream projects to resolve this and track its progress

I guess you're not interested in that which is sad.

avatar Fedik
Fedik - comment - 21 Apr 2021

we could collaborate with the upstream projects to resolve this and track its progress

Closing this issue does not stop anyone from collaborating with the upstream 😉
But it is clearly not a Joomla bug, and not even choicesjs issue.

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