@CiberSheep I am trying to upload these screenshots again...I am hoping that it works this time.
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Arg...something's wrong. I get the above when I attempt to upload the screenshots. Do you know what's wrong with these uploads?
@CiberSheep Attached are screenshots of 1. the "Unsupported file version detected" message from Keepit, and 2. the screenshot from Keeweb, both of which I described in my posts found above.![1_1549573679075_screenshot20190207_135859797.png](Uploading 100%) ![0_1549573679074_screenshot20190125_140936526.png](Uploading 100%)
@advocatux Thank you for your prompt response to my post. I tried to use keeweb, but I could never get it to open my *.kdbx. When I tap the "Open" icon, I can select my *.kdbx file; however, when I tap either the "Click to open a file" box or the "Enter"/carriage return icon, nothing happens. Am I missing something?
I am looking forward to using Keepit on my Ubuntu Touch device (Nexus 5), but when I attempt to open my imported *.kbdx database file, Keepit displays the error message "Unsupported file version detected". How do I tell what version of .kbdx I have? Would this error message be referring to .kbdx file version or the .key file version? I tried contacting the main developer, DannyGB, on the project's github page, but my post has not yet received any response from them.
I tried to video message today via Skype on UT, but I see that Skype doesn't like UT's operating system (their loss). I and those who I communicate with are trying to move away from Skype, so maybe this will serve as an excuse to move to a different platform. Please forgive my ignorance, but what video chat/messaging is CURRENTLY (January 2019) available on UT? Is there hope of a TOX client being released for UT?