OK. I wanted to check because when I first installed LastPass, it wasn't shown in [GlobalSettings] until I ran "Software Compatibility".Bun B wrote:Configure - Software compatiblity has LasPass showing +
First, version 3.46 is getting to be quite old and you should consider installing a later version. With fixes that have been made since 3.46, that might make a difference.Bun B wrote:But, another problem I noticed is when I login into LastPass (ie8, un-sandboxed), and change language, close it, run sandboxed in 3.46, it shows the previous language.
Also, In Unsandboxed IE8, I go VIEW- and hide the Menu bar, run IE sandboxed, menu bar is there. How is that possible?
That path does match the path in Sandboxie's LastPass template, so IE should be able to write there to save settings.Bun B wrote:Also, i did find on my pc folder named LastPass: C:\Users\?Username?\AppData\LocalLow\LastPass
Is changing language in LastPass something that you would want to do while running a program sandboxed, and have that same language setting remembered by LastPass the next time that you run a program sandboxed or unsandboxed?BUN B wrote: Also, I did notice, in Sandboxie, upon changing the Language, LastPass makes an entry in the registry:
Location: user\current_classes\local settings\muicache\30\52c64b7e
Having this line under [GlobalSettings] isn't where Sandboxie puts things like this, now.Bun B wrote:[GlobalSettings]
Yes, the functionality will be the same and your current Sandbox Settings will be saved, and some things in your configuration file will be updated for use with the new version.BUN B wrote:If I upgrade to latest version, and choose OWERWRITE, will I be getting the same functionallity as If I installed the latest version from scratch?
You could choose to uninstall the program and remove your current settings, when you run the installer, but then you would need to reconfigure all Sandbox Settings again. If you're willing to do that, then you can do it that way.BUN B wrote:I need to know so I know if to upgrade or to install everything from scratch (system image).
Well, on XP I can use IE8 without worrying about protected mode, and I run as Admin anyway. All things considered, I use Firefox mainly because there are so many different extensions that I can use to customize my Firefox profiles.BUN B wrote:IE sucks
The nice thing about using Sandboxie is that it tends to even-out any security or privacy issues between the various browsers.BUN B wrote:what about security and privacy standpoint, firefox 10 vs. IE8?
Internet surfing profile (most-used of 27 extensions):BUN B wrote:what addons are you using with firefox, if it is not a secret?
I was hoping someone who uses IE and LastPass would respond, since I don't have any more ideas.BUN B wrote:...when I change setting in Sandboxed IE in LastPass, it doesn't remember
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