@obra @algernon I've just been switching from KeepassXC to 1Password, which has clients for all of those platforms. I'm moderately happy with it, except for the fact that there are a few operations than can only be done via their web client, which doesn't offer U2F (TOTP only) for 2FA, and is therefore somewhat vulnerable to reverse-proxy-type phishing.
I'd be happier if their two secrets weren't both required for authentication, as well as decryption.
@algernon When I started using a Mac, I decided to try out to "scroll moves the page, not the window" default, and now I definitely prefer it.
But all those little differences will certainly continue to be annoying because you're only going to use it for testing, not real work. That's the worst.
I'm not satisfied with the few privacy options Mastodon offers for "toots"; I want something that has a distiction between "followers" (à la Twitter) and "friends" (à la Facebook), so I can share some things with anyone who wants to follow me, and other things with only the people I want to see it. As it is, I can set up my account to basically be either one or the other, but not both.
Better yet would be the ability to define groups of users…