Many thanks for the tip Adam. So to be clear, I'm not sure I understand how to "..manually updating your password...". when my login didn't work, I selected the "forgot password" link which sent me an email that delivered me directly into the Pandora web interface. I wasn't prompted to change my PW at all, I was in the interface as if I'd already logged in, which I thought was strange. It was there that I found my way to the change PW screen and did so and got hung because, 1Password had already vaporized my old password. (btw, I use complex PW's that I'm unable to remember) Moving forward, I'll copy the PW into the notes section so I'll have a fallback if I'm challenged fr the orig. PW. That all said, this morning, I tried the ""forgot password" again and got the email, clicked the link and was delivered to a screen asking me for a new password! Exactly what I would have expected. Hence, I'm good for now but, don't understand how the process changed. Perhaps someone there flipped a switch for me? Don't know but, happy non-the-less! Thanks again for your help.
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I've used 1Password forever. It generated a password for my Pandora account. I've used this UN/PW combo to link Pandora to my Sonos system which has been pretty much my exclusive use for Pandora
I decided to log into the Pandora web and for some reason the credentials I had in 1Password didn't work. I reluctantly went through the PW reset, got the email, clicked the link and bam! I'm in.
Of course, I found the spot to change my PW, had 1Password generate another password and anyone who uses 1Password knows, when you generate a new login PW, It "blows away" the old password!
So imagine my surprise (and frustration) when I saw the exit popup up screen that said "enter your old password" to make the change!?!
My question is simply, what now? How do I get out of this loop?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Moderator Edit: Edited title for clarity
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