For those that had the free MacWorld 1-Password, here is a cheap way to get future upgrades. <br><br>I received an email a week or so back stating that those that have the free MacWorld version probably will not receive any more free updates. <br><br>_______<br>
I am "assuming" this one is good for all of 10.5. Even the free one covered 10.4 and is up-to-date with 10.5 and the latest browsers.<br><br>This has turned out to one of the "must-have" applications for me.<br><br>_______<br>
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Two things you may not know when just getting the app. You can fill a user/pass with the simple keyboard shortcut "Command+\" ...also, you can make one-click bookmarks by dragging the Web Form item listed in the 1Password app into your bookmarks bar in Safari, etc. When you click the link it automatically goes to the page ..enters your crap ..and logs in for you. No need to hit anything. That's pretty sweet!<br><br>zweisoft<br>
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