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Actually I got it working thanks to this blog. The interesting bit is : To run 1Password on Ubuntu 14.04, install Wine via apt-get. You must start both 1Password.exe and Agile1Agent.exe to get connection to the browser. Here's my script: #!/bin/bash echo "Starting 1Password..." wine ~/.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files\ \(x86\)/1Password\ 4/1Password.exe ...
To expand upon @Gilles answer. Some sites I've encountered, won't save passwords because the user and password fields are not enclosed in a form. I've created this userscript to handle such cases: https://github.com/JavierParra/userscripts/blob/master/forceRememberPassword.user.js
Shadowing files on a directory tree is what union mounts are all about. Linux offers several union filesystems; unfortunately, some are badly documented or unmaintained. For your use case, a FUSE-based solution that doesn't require privileges seems best. The most promising candidate would be unionfs-fuse. unionfs-fuse ...
Primarily what you require is issuing an external command on your OS from your browser. But this is usually tough due to obvious security reasons. However, there is an add-on for Firefox which can achieve this : Commandrun. But I haven't tried this addon so can't comment on it. A Reasonably Good Solution However, I'd suggest another alternative solution ...
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