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Thread: KeepassXC Legacy browser integration warning

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    Default KeepassXC Legacy browser integration warning

    I am using KDE desktop and have been using KeepassXC password manager for several months without too much difficulty but I have just started getting a pop up labelled KeePassxc Legacy browser integration settings detected with the following text:-
    Your KeePassXC-Browser settings need to be moved into the database settings.
    This is necessary to maintain your current browser connections.
    Would you like to migrate your existing settings now?
    I have no idea what this means or why it should start appearing but if I select Yes I get another pop up labelled
    KeePassXC: No entry with KeePassHTTP attributes found and the alert:-
    The active database does not contain an entry with KeePassHTTP attributes.
    Can anybody please advise me what is going on and how to resolve the issue please?

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    Default Re: KeepassXC Legacy browser integration warning

    It seems KeePassXC warns you when it sees legacy browser integration related entry. It also seems it makes a legacy browser integration related entry when updating it (but why 😕). In the trash can.If there is a KeePassXC-Browser or KeePassHTTP related entry in your recycle bin, removing it will do. Else I have no idea.

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