Chrome's reporting a C++ Runtime error with the 1Password extension enabled
The availability of Chrome 16 as a stable (non-Beta) release required an update to our extension for Chrome, as the previous version of the extension would no longer work. Starting with version 18.104.22.168, 1Password for Windows includes a new extension for Chrome that's designed to work with Chrome 16 and later versions.
How you start
If you already have the old version of the extension for Chrome installed
- Be sure to download and install the latest version of 1Password for Windows (22.214.171.124 or later). Open 1Password and go to the Help Menu > Check for New Version
- When you launch the updated 1Password, you'll see this message:
- Click the Yes button.
If you're installing 1Password or the extension for Chrome for the first time
- On the Browsers tab of 1Password preferences, click the Install Chrome Extension button.
How you finish
- 1Password will open a browser window and display the extensions
- Click the Download button for Google Chrome.
Chrome will display the following warning in the status bar:
- Click the Continue button. Chrome will request
- Click the Install button. Chrome will install the 1Password extension.
- Relaunch Chrome to see the extension in the Chrome toolbar:
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