I am getting the same problem, but with all my entries, when i select a card the screen to the right is blank although it was working before. i noticed this after surfing for a while, i then opened i-vault to see why it wasn't autofilling my saved logins. thats when i noticed it. This happens after surfing for about 30 minutes. Then when i close the browser window i was using, i open task manager to see that i-vault suddenly started using over 180mb of memory and rising. But when i close and exit i-vault it goes back to normal and the screen shows up again.
someone please reply,
I, too, have the problem of a blank card. I have just installed and started using IV, but it doesn’t seem to be doing anything. ??? I have IE integration set, and the logon fields show color, but nothing shows up in the card field. I have manually entered logon information, and selected “Finish” to save, but still, the card is blank.
I do not, however, have any problems with the master password working incorrectly, nor have any of the cards ever worked. Not sure what the problem is.
To update my previous post, as I keep trying to figure i-Vault out ~
After having had the computer off over the weekend, i-Vault retained none of the blank cards previously noted. It did keep the Master Password, and Preferences.
I changed the Pref’s away from the “Recommended” for it to automatically create cards based on my typed-in logins, to the “Interactive,” requiring prompts.
This has made a difference. I have to give i-Vault a few seconds once reaching a website, to recognize the need for a login, and prompt me to create the card. It saves all the information, and populates the fields the next time I access the website.
Regarding the previous post, the only way to edit the cards was by right-clicking the card in the tree, and selecting “Edit.” The Edit button/icon would not work. Now that I’m using the Interactive version instead of the automatic, it works just fine.
Here’s a little tidbit, however - yesterday when I logged onto Windows, i-Vault automatically came up on the desktop; today, it did not.