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Gary T. Giesen
@ggiesen
Is there any difference between bw get send and bw send get?
Jackie Fanddy
@superJackie_gitlab
@ggiesen Hello.
you there?
Are you a developer?
Thomas Rittson
@eliykat
@ggiesen as far as I know, bw get send is not a valid command. All Send-related actions are via the send command
It's a little inconsistent with how other items are treated, but I think send was considered different enough that it was better to put it all related commands one place and keep them separate from other items
Snuupy
@snuupy:matrix.org
[m]
reposting here for visibility: bitwarden/mobile#1438
Snuupy
@snuupy:matrix.org
[m]
is there a way to disable the update prompt in bitwarden desktop?
1 reply
I have to manually downgrade after I accidentally upgrade every time due to the ctrl-w bug
Mahks
@Mahks

I have 6 input fields on a user account page, I can’t seem to determine how bitwarden chooses what to autofill. I have 2 inputs “username” and “current-password”, but autofill wants to fill “email” and “alias”, even when they arenot within the form tag. Bitwarden also fills more that 2 inputs in some cases.

Not sure what I am missing, please help!

Davis Templeton
@BashfulBandit
Good Morning bitwarden team, I am looking into contributing and found this issue labeled "Good first issue". bitwarden/server#852 I think I have the necessary code changes, but I am looking to test it locally. I followed the SETUP.md and have the Api and Identity projects running. The issue I am running into is the authorization method. It looks like I need to setup a Client ID and Client Secret. How would I go about setting that up? Is it the installation ID and Key I used during the setup? If there is some documentation for getting that setup, feel free to point me in that direction as well. Thanks!
Thomas Rittson
@eliykat
Hi @BashfulBandit, you can follow the instructions here to find your api key (client ID + client secret): https://bitwarden.com/help/article/public-api/
You'll need the web vault client set up and pointing to your local server as well, if you haven't already done that
Davis Templeton
@BashfulBandit
Hey @eliykat Thanks for that information! I did realize after asking originally that I needed to run the web vault locally. The issue I am running into is it won't let me create an organization for the account I made if "selfhosted": true. When I set "selfhosted" to false, then the API and Identity services won't run. I may be missing something, but is there a way around this? The only client ID and client secret I am able to access is for a User, but the endpoint I am wanting to test requires an organization.
Thomas Rittson
@eliykat
Yes, unfortunately those are paid features and we have no way of giving out organization subscriptions just for development/testing purposes. It's a bit of a blocker when it comes to community contributions. But I can see that you've figured it out and submitted a PR, so I'll check it out :)
Marcelo Dominguez
@marpo60

Hello,

Is is possible to increase the Password History to more than 5?

Thomas Rittson
@eliykat
Hi @marpo60, I don't believe we have any options for that at the moment, but you can make a feature request on our community forums: http://community.bitwarden.com
Joaquin Martinez
@joaco:matrix.org
[m]
Hi! I need some help, anyone?
Snuupy
@snuupy:matrix.org
[m]
I wish bitwarden on mobile could autofill credit cards
armaros
@armaros
Hey folks. I've just got bitwarden working behind traefik. I am able to create new users and log in and see the admin console, however, I have run into an error with the "portal" service while trying to set up OIDC SSO. After I fill out the form on bitwarden with my sso information and hit save the portal service fails with an error message saying
2021-08-21 02:26:05.890 +00:00 [Error] An exception was thrown while deserializing the token.
Microsoft.AspNetCore.Antiforgery.AntiforgeryValidationException: The antiforgery token could not be decrypted.
 ---> System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException: The key {some-real-key} was not found in the key ring.
4 replies
Pavel Kalugin
@pavel-the-best
Hello! Is it possible to request a free organization acount (with unlimited members) for an open-source tool (flameshot)?
Pavel Kalugin
@pavel-the-best
Um. Hello?
Trey Greer
@tgreer-bw
@pavel-the-best Hi! This channel is mostly for development related questions, thus the delay 😎 - We don’t currently offer free organizations for more than 2 users. You can of course have an unlimited number of users on an on-prem server, though.
Andy Hawkins
@adhawkins
I have two logins for a site stored in BitWarden's vault. Is there any way to mark one of them as the 'preferred' login? Using the Chrome extension primarily.
1 reply
Electric
@proglift:matrix.org
[m]
So if you have an alt account you barely use, the autofill will pretty much default to your 'preferred' (i.e. most recently used) account
Andy Hawkins
@adhawkins
proglift: Worked out that it used the most recent. Didn't realise that repeated presses would cycle through. Useful.
paradise2go
@paradise2go:matrix.org
[m]
Hello and I am from the matrix!
Fredrik Burmester
@fredrikburmester
Hi, I need help with local development setup for web. Is anyone available that I could talk to? I know there's been some changes recently and I'm not able to get everything going. Thanks!
Matt Gibson
@MGibson1
Hey Fredrik, I'd love to help you get up and running, what's the current issue?
Fredrik Burmester
@fredrikburmester
I've cloned and run the web repo and can access the vault in my browser fine. But, I'm trying two things. 1. Connecting the frontend to the production Bitwarden servers. 2. Connecting the frontend to my own vaultwarden instance (behind a reverse-proxy). In either case, changing the ENV variable (when running npm) does not change the baseURL that requests are made from. Thus I'm getting these errors in the browser terminal (see image).
Screenshot 2021-09-29 at 10.01.02.png
Matt Gibson
@MGibson1
so you're running npm run build:watch and want the server to direct all non-web calls to either your local vaultwarden or bitwarden cloud?
Fredrik Burmester
@fredrikburmester
If i go to /src/app/services/services.module.ts line 152, I can change the baseURL manually to my vaultwarden domain, but then I get a CORS error.
Yes. I've tried ENV=production npm run build:oss:watch as per the docs as well.
Matt Gibson
@MGibson1

This is fairly untested, but I developed a config loading mechanism called config.js in the base directory

That loads proxy and other settings from ./config/XXXXX.js files. If you define a ./config/local.js which overwrites the relevant service urls, you should be g2g

Fredrik Burmester
@fredrikburmester
Yes I did that, and it did not change any outgoing request URLs sadly. I created a local.js file and entered my vaultwarden domain, but I still get the same error as in the image I sent.
Matt Gibson
@MGibson1
image.png
when you first run the npm script, you should see a printout of the loaded config, can you confirm it's loading your proxy settings correctly?
Fredrik Burmester
@fredrikburmester
Yes
But if we ignore my vaultwarden setup (since that might come with other issues), just connecting to bitwarden cloud is not working.
Matt Gibson
@MGibson1
what command are you running?
Fredrik Burmester
@fredrikburmester
ENV=production npm run build:oss:watch
As per the Github README
Matt Gibson
@MGibson1
oof, need to update that :( try ENV=cloud npm run build:oss:watch
our devops team didn't like production since that's ambiguous between cloud and self-hosted users
Fredrik Burmester
@fredrikburmester
Yeah I though that might have been the issue, so I've already tried EVN=cloud but it still doesn't change the errors i sent in the image above.
The baseURL for all requests are still localhost:8080
Matt Gibson
@MGibson1
ah, I bet it's because cloud doesn't set any proxies for api/identity/etc. let me test out locally quickly, but that feels right to me
Fredrik Burmester
@fredrikburmester
Okay!