I'm trying to find a way to open the Safari Passwords pane without opening Safari - similar to how Siri opens it when you ask "Show me my passwords" on macOS. Any ideas?
I'm thinking some kind of URL scheme but I cannot find anything for Safari registered in launch services. Get a list with:
/System/Library/Frameworks/CoreServices.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks/LaunchServices.framework/Versions/A/Support/lsregister -dump | grep 'bindings:'.'*:'
Ultimately, I am trying to create a service or keyboard shortcut to open the passwords pane to quickly find a password when outside of Safari. I am not trying to bypass user authentication.
Update: Currently working on the assumption that the pane is a part of Safari's SiriKit handler object and so far this is the only way to open the pane outside of Safari, that is, only Siri can open the pane. Does anyone know where the
.intentdefinition file is for Safari?
Update 2: Looking at file activity it seems to be an XPC Service. Is there a way to see what launchd is doing there, or replicate the call?