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Text copied from 1Password Safari extension appear in clipboard history

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(I'm not entirely sure if this is a bug or if I'm just missing some configuration option. Apologies if this is the wrong place to file this.)


Since upgrading to 1Password 8 and its newer Safari extension, I've noticed that passwords I copy from the Safari extension's popup using the "copy" button appear in my Alfred clipboard history. I am used to items from 1Password always being hidden from the clipboard history for security reasons. However, the copy button from the new extension does not get this same protection. Is there any way to get these clipboard items to be hidden as well?


I am running 1Password 8.8.0, 1Password for Safari 2.3.7, Alfred 5.0.1, and macOS Ventura 13.0 Beta (22A5311f). (Although I believe I noticed this problem before installing the Ventura beta, when I was still on Monterey.)

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@jtbandes Alfred ignores clipboard data containing org.nspasteboard.ConcealedType by default (unless you've unchecked this option in Alfred's Preferences > Clipboard History > Advanced), which 1Password has always implemented. This metadata allows Clipboard History apps to ignore the clipboard contents by default.


If you have this option checked in Alfred, I'm wondering if they forgot to implement this data type in the newer 1Password 8 extension?

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