Hi @michaelm, and thanks for taking the time to report this issue.
First question: Can you reproduce it?
Like @Carl said, this definitely looks like someone was messing with the x= parameter right at the time when you were hitting the "login with sqrl" button.
If you *can* reproduce it...
I am also using LastPass with the Android app and, while the experience could definitely use some more polish, it generally works OK for me. By that I mean that it offers to save the password the first time, saves it successfully in my vault, and then lets me paste it using the LastPass...
Thanks for providing more details, @Cyber Axe.
I've created an issue on the Github repo for this, and I'll look into a possible mitigation once time permits.
Hey @bevhoward, you can indeed reset your password using the newly found rescue code. In the Android client, just go to:
Main menu (three dots) -> Identity Settings -> Gear Icon -> Password Options -> Reset Password
Hope this helps!
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You're speaking my mind, @Jeffa. I know too many people even just here in our little community that were bit hard by this already (including me), and I consider myself a rather organized person. So I totally agree that we NEED a way to provide a choice for forgiveness.
@PHolder no, this is standard Android behaviour when using the android.support.design.widget.TextInputEditText widget in conjunction with android:inputType="textPassword".
We could of course hide the password programmatically when clicking on "Login", but I would like to understand the issue...
@Cyber Axe, I've just tried reproducing the issue but wasn't able to trigger what you've described.
Could you please provide more detailled instructions and also let us know what device/android version/app version you are using?
@adamsmith34, thanks for testing the client on Linux and for taking the time to report your findings.
As for the notification icon scaling problem, we already have a pending issue for this on Github, please see https://github.com/sqrldev/SQRLDotNetClient/issues/88.
Thanks for the nice feedback @brianallenlevine, glad that you like it so far.
Test releases are "hidden" by default from both the installer and the client when searching for new releases. Now, there's an interesting constellation here when you download the "cutting edge" installer from the test...
@Gordon S, would you please elaborate on what exactly you've done up to now so that we can help you with the next steps?
Am I correct in assuming from your post that you have created an identity using @Jeffa's iOS client and now want to export this identity to your windows PC?
Looks like a great project, @Mister Squishy!
Unfortunately, having mostly written client-side code for SQRL, the SSP API is not my area of expertise, so I can't give any other useful feedback than to encourage you to keep it up! Maybe some of our server-side experts will find some time to...
@Alan M Cameron, just stopping by to let you know that all the bugs you've reported on Github have been fixed. Those fixes will be available with the next release, which shouldn't be too far away.
Thanks again for all your efforts Alan, we really appreciate it!