Enpass 5.0.4 for Linux adds support for Opera extension

With Enpass 5.0.3 for Mac and Windows, we introduced Opera browser extensions. Apologies to our loyal users on Linux, since the functionality was missing and we took quite a while to release major refresh of the iOS and Android apps (You should check them out!) which kept us away from Enpass for Linux.

Anyway, we’re back in business, and today we are releasing Enpass 5.0.4 for Linux with support for Opera extension. In this update, we've also improved the performance in syncing with ownCloud and OneDrive (and fixed some known issues too).

Along with that you will also be able to import data from some other known password managers too. Checkout the complete changelog here.

To get start with Opera extension, download it from here and follow these installation steps listed here.

Of course, like always, Enpass for Linux is absolutely free, and will always be. We’d also like to thank you for your love and support that has made Enpass one of the best cross-platform password managers. Don't forget to share your experience with us here in the comments below, and stay connected with us on Facebook and Twitter too.

 

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Alex 1 year, 11 months ago

Unfortunately it broke Linux look on Mint 17.3 Everything is like 200% or even 300% scaled. All the menus, buttons and images.

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Enpass Team 1 year, 11 months ago

This is a known bug for hidpi displays with non integer scale configurations, you can use a 100%,200% or 300% display configuration without any issue. Please see our answer to @Tadly in comment below for technical details.

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Enpass Team 1 year, 10 months ago

A fix update has been released for above issue.

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Tadly 1 year, 11 months ago

Finally, "libappindicator-gtk2" is no more! Thanks for that :)

Sadly, scaling is somewhat broken.
I have a QHD+ panel (3200x1800) wich I've set to 2048x1152 (I prefer that over scaling).

Now Enpass (including the browser-extension) is twice as big and pretty much fills 2/3 of my desktop :/

I've been playing with "QT_DEVICE_PIXEL_RATIO" which sadly has no effect what so ever.

If you need more informations, let me know

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Enpass Team 1 year, 11 months ago

Enpass uses QT_DEVICE_PIXEL_RATIO=auto internally. But unfortunately, Current Qt version 5.5 only support QT_DEVICE_PIXEL_RATIO as integer only. Your scale factor is 1.56, which is rounded to 2. We have to wait for Qt 5.6 release (3rd march), as this bug is fixed in it.

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Tadly 1 year, 11 months ago

Ah, alright. Good to know :)

Is there a way to overwrite it for the time being?
Setting it to 1 didn't work either. (I'd prefer having enpass "to small" over it filling my whole workspace ^^)
I'm guessing you set it to auto within the binary and there my export will be overwritten again?

Btw. it worked just fine with 5.0.2 on the same system

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Enpass Team 1 year, 11 months ago

Sorry for inconvenience. It works right with test lab's PCs. Yes, your guess is right. QT_DEVICE_PIXEL_RATIO is hardcoded to auto. Will release an update without it very very soon.

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Enpass Team 1 year, 10 months ago

A fix update has been released for above issue. Enpass will respect QT_DEVICE_PIXEL_RATIO from environment.

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Tadly 1 year, 10 months ago

Oh wow, that was quick! :)

Even without me explicitley touching that env-variable Enpass scales properly now.
Guess gnome (or something else) must be playing with that variable than ^^

Thanks a lot you guys. Really liking your support :)
p.s. still... get a bug-tracker ;P

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Tadly 1 year, 10 months ago

Just realized.. (well, last week actually).
The chrome extension still scales by a factor of 2 while everything else within chrome scales just fine.

Not sure what influences that.
Got any tips?

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etcha 1 year, 10 months ago

Just want to say you fixed a few bugs with 5.0.5 (Browser Extension Multi Monitor) and the scaling is fixed. Thank you so much for your hard work and having the best Linux solution out there.

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