1Password button missing from browser toolbar

Even though 1Password enables the browser extensions for Internet Explorer (32-bit) and Firefox (32-bit) automatically, during installation, you may have to configure the browser’s toolbar to make the 1Password button visible.

Internet Explorer (32-bit)

  1. Right-click on the browser toolbar, and make sure the Command Bar option is enabled (checked), as shown below.

  2. Right-click on the Command Bar (the icons at the right end of the toolbar), and choose Customize > Add or Remove Commands.

    adding the 1Password button to the Internet Explorer toolbar

  3. In the Customize Toolbar dialog box, select 1Password in the “Available toolbar buttons” list, on the left, and click the Add button.

  4. In the “Current toolbar buttons” list, select 1Password, and click the Move Up button until 1Password is at the top of the list.

    adding the 1Password button to the Internet Explorer toolbar

  5. When you’re finished, close the dialog box.

Note: 64-bit Internet Explorer cannot use the 1Password extension, so the 1Password item will not appear in the Customize Toolbar dialog box.

Firefox (32-bit)

  1. Right-click on the browser toolbar. From the menu that appears, choose Customize.

    In the Customize Toolbar dialog box, find the 1Password button, and drag it up onto the browser toolbar. A vertical “insertion bar” shows where it will be dropped when you release the mouse button.

    adding the 1Password button to the Firefox toolbar

  2. When you’re finished, close the dialog box.

Notes:

Chrome

In Chrome, the 1Password button is actually a “key” icon instead of “1P”. It should appear next to the “wrench” icon in the Chrome tool bar.


See also “Setting Up Browser Extensions” in the Getting Started section of this user’s guide.