Applescript for unlocked 1Password Mini - repeat until?

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#21

Sure. Just need to call 1P again to get the next part.

Here is an updated script
use AppleScript version "2.4" -- Yosemite (10.10) or later
use framework "Foundation"
use scripting additions

on run
	--» Get the property values from Keyboard Maestro variables
	tell application "Keyboard Maestro Engine"
		set searchTerm to getvariable "OPsearchTerm"
		if searchTerm is "" then return false
		set waitTime to getvariable "OPwaitTime"
		if waitTime is "" then return false
	end tell
	
	tell application "System Events"
		set preClip to (the clipboard) as text
		set elements to every UI element whose creator type is "1Pwd"
		if elements is {} then return false
		set appRef to (first item of elements)
		set menuBars to every menu bar of appRef
		if (count of menuBars) is 1 then return false
		set appName to short name of appRef
		set isLocked to my isOPlocked(appName)
		--» Get the Username
		open location "onepassword://extension/search/" & searchTerm
		if isLocked then
			if not (my waitForUnlock(appName, waitTime)) then return false
		end if
		tell its UI element (name of appRef)
			set frontmost to true
			set i to 0
			repeat
				try
					if (focused of text field 1 of window 1) is true then
						tell text field 1 of window 1
							set value to searchTerm
							perform action "AXConfirm"
						end tell
						delay 1.0
						keystroke "c" using {command down, control down}
						delay 0.5
						set theUsername to (the clipboard) as text
						exit repeat
					end if
				end try
				delay 0.1
				set i to i + 1
				if i > 100 then return false
			end repeat
		end tell
		
		--» Get the Password
		open location "onepassword://extension/search/" & searchTerm
		if isLocked then
			if not (my waitForUnlock(appName, waitTime)) then return false
		end if
		tell its UI element (name of appRef)
			set frontmost to true
			set i to 0
			repeat
				try
					if (focused of text field 1 of window 1) is true then
						tell text field 1 of window 1
							set value to searchTerm
							perform action "AXConfirm"
						end tell
						delay 1.0
						keystroke "c" using {command down, shift down}
						delay 0.5
						set thePass to (the clipboard) as text
						exit repeat
					end if
				end try
				delay 0.1
				set i to i + 1
				if i > 100 then return false
			end repeat
		end tell
		
		--» Paste the Username and Password
		tell application "App Store" to activate
		delay 0.5
		keystroke theUsername
		key code 36
		delay 0.5
		keystroke thePass
		key code 36
		set the clipboard to preClip
		
	end tell
end run

on isOPlocked(appName)
	tell application "System Events"
		tell application process appName
			perform action "AXPress" of menu bar item 1 of menu bar 2
			set isLocked to (subrole of text field 1 of window 1 is "AXSecureTextField")
			delay 0.1
			key code 53 -- Escape key to close 1PMini window
			if isLocked then return true
			return false
		end tell
	end tell
end isOPlocked

on waitForUnlock(pProcessName, pMaxTimeSec)
	local startTime, elapTime, errMsg
	set startTime to current application's NSDate's |date|()
	tell application "System Events"
		repeat
			set elapTime to (-(round ((startTime's timeIntervalSinceNow()) * 100)) / 100.0)
			if (elapTime > pMaxTimeSec) then return false
			try
				set roleMode to (subrole of text field 1 of window 1) of (application process pProcessName)
				if roleMode is "AXSearchField" then return true
			end try
			delay 0.1
		end repeat
	end tell
end waitForUnlock

#22

Perfect! Thanks again!


#23

Hi @carycrusiau, could you please set both variants as a complete macro here? We would be very grateful.


#24

Sure!

1Password (Password Only).kmmacros (4.8 KB)
1Password (Username & Password).kmmacros (5.6 KB)


#25

Many thanks for the macros @carycrusiau
When I trigger it, the 1Password Mini Menu Bar item remains permanently activated (blue). Is that the case with you?
I have the same problem if I call the Notification Center with an AppleScript. Is there a problem with the German macOS?


#26

Yes, indeed, the icon remains blue for me too. Don't know why. @Onan may have an explanation (and a solution) to give us.


#27

Thank you for your feedback :+1:


#28

It must have something to do with addressing the 1Password Mini Menu Item in the @Onan script @carycrusiau.
Since macOS Mojave there are probably some problems with the use of AppleScriptes
If I do the autofill with my shorter script, it won't happen.

Unfortunately I have not yet found a way to consider the blocked 1Password Mini with this one. Then my AppleScript knowledge is not that good.


#29

@Onan and @carycrusiau: Here's a easier way (than using System Events) to copy the username and password when the 1PW Mini is showing:

Shift‑Command‑C      Copy the password of the selected item.
Control‑Command‑C    Copy the username of the selected item.