Problem with KeePass/KeeFox when using on two browsers


#1

I first posted this on the KeePass forum, but they said I should post it here instead.

I have a Windows 7 (64 bit) desktop computer. KeePass 2.38 (and KeePassRPC 1.4.4.0) installed on the computer. My primary browser is: Pale Moon, which I have used for years (now Ver 27.9.2). I just added Firefox (Ver 42.0) because I need it for the website work I do. The KeeFox 1.4.8.1-signed add-on is installed on both browsers, These are the latest versions of KeePass, KeePassRPC and KeeFox that I can run because the Pale Moon browser will not support newer versions.

If I have been running , for example, Pale Moon when I open Firefox, I see on Firefox the two screens as shown here:
http://www.ottawapark.org/reference/images/KeePassErrorCode.jpg

I enter the password, and now KeeFox and KeePass work just fine…

Then I close and reopen Pale Moon . I get the two screens again. I enter that password (which is different), and everything works. As long as I have both browsers open, everything works fine. But if I then close Firefox, and open it again, I get the same two screens. The same problem occurs If, after entering the password on FIrefox, I close Pale Moon and then reopen it. These messages will continue appearing as long as I alternate opening and closing the two browsers,

Any suggestions as to what is going on here, and how to fix it?

Lex


#2

Have a look if any of the info in this topic helps:


#3

luckyrat:

I went to that link, and it describes my problem exactly. I tried going to about:config as it described, but there are two entries. I am able to change one, but not the other. And it is not clear if one or both need to be changed.

So I posted a query on that link, but then I noticed that it is marked [Solved], so I don’t know if cecilkorik, who wrote the solution, will get a notice of my post. Can you, as administrator, make sure he gets it, or if you know the answer to my question, you can answer it.

Thanks,

Lex


#4

I’ve replied to that topic. If you need to get someone’s attention, you can @mention them, like this:

@Lex

It’s not a guarantee that they will see your message (or have the time/knowledge to reply) but it’s the best one can do without being overly intrusive.