I have made the transition from Keepass to 1Password primarily because of the motivation to use a single password manager for Windows and Mac and the Mac version of Keepass was too fidgety for me.
In general, 1password has been a big step up in terms of ease of use, except for a couple of niggles, which may reflect my ignorance of some aspects of the application
I have read through the keyboard shortcuts documentation, but couldnt see how to do the following:
In the 1password mini application, you can quickly search for a login and use a keyboard shortcut to copy its password (this is very effectively implemented), but I can't see any way to do the same for the user name (without right arrow, left arrow, etc....). In keepass you can use a single keyboard shortcut to copy the user name to the clipboard.
There is no keyboard shortcut to autofill user name and passwords for the previous Window. The application seems very efficient for browsers (with the plugin) but less so for generic application log in screens. Here I mean simply performing a command+tab, enter user name, tab, enter password execution. Again in keepass ctrl+v did that. It would be nice for non-web based logins, and also a nice in cases where the plugin is not installed in a browser... A simple execution of those keys on the shortcut would be ideal and cover most use cases, but something that lets you enter customer key combinations would be even better....
If anyone can tell me how to do that would be great, otherwise what is a good way to suggest these features to agilebits?
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