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  • Works perfectly, great to have it working consistently in both Windows and Linux and Chrome and Firefox. Really convenient.
  • Previously was perfect, but perhaps the latest upgrade of Firefox 60.0.2 64 bit has broken it as it now doesnt fill fields since upgrade FF a couple of days ago.
  • It does the job quite well.
    Most of the time, I have to go through the credentials pop-up twice, when I load the page and since the password field is often not detected, once again by re-detecting. A minor inconvenience.
    Since a recent update, it detects wrongly some fields as username fields. This problem is still present for me in version 1.1.5 yet less prevalent.
    While I don't think it would be easy to do, detecting TOTP would be appreciated.

    EDIT: I have to commend the team for their quick responses and action, especially with the "cpu bug" blunder.
    There is no standard way to identify TOTP fields. However, it's possible to fill those using String Fields.
  • This extension breaks XML rendering - see https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1401793 .
    This is a known issue and it is caused by jQuery. There's already a progress going on removing jQuery totally from the content scripts.
  • Good when it actually works as intended, since it has extremely inconsistent behavior. Losing connection to KeePassXC, pestering for inputting login credentials when there are no inputs in the page, prompting with a modal and then requiring (sometimes) to autofill manually from a dropdown in the input... Just had to disable it due to how annoying it is in its current state.

    EDIT: Can confirm that 1.1.5 fixed the most annoying issue. Updating my rating to reflect the quick response to feedback and the problem being gone.
    We had a bug in the last version that detected search fields as username fields. Version 1.1.5, which has just been uploaded, fixes the problem. Sorry for the inconvenience.
  • Por el momento perfecta para integrar KeePassXC en Plasma :)
  • Most of the time addon is beeing in timeout state and rarely recognise any input field on website even if urls are the same.
    KeePassXC needs to be opened for the connection with the browser extension. If there is some URL that doesn't work or input fields are not working you can file an issue to https://github.com/keepassxreboot/keepassxc-browser/issues.
  • Unable to add database, so it's useless.

    Edit: I was able to connect my database. I'm using Firefox Portable, which doesn't work with the default proxy. Make sure the "Use a proxy application between KeePassXC and browser extension" is unchecked, and it should connect.
    See https://keepassxc.org/docs/keepassxc-browser-migration/ and https://github.com/keepassxreboot/keepassxc-browser/wiki/Troubleshooting-guide
  • It works on most websites, but I've encountered a few exceptions here and there. "Choose own credential fields" doesn't seem to make any difference. It's cool though. Overall I'm very pleased with it. I never used a local password manager before, because I always used the build in password manager of Firefox. Using KeepassXC is much better, in my experience. I can store everything there, not just web related keys. Software serial keys, account passwords, everything. Since it is all stored locally, within my control, I feel at ease doing this. Anyway,
  • Works perfectly on linux.
  • Fucking pile of non-functioning shit.
  • Es wäre schön, wenn die Einstellungen dieser Erweiterung auf Deutsch übersetzt würden.
  • Update: Resolved! Thank you for the quick response to this bug.

    Looking forward to the update -- the May 10 version is crushing Firefox when visiting the few Discourse-based forums sites I visit, including meta.discourse.org. 100% CPU on one core, Firefox UI frozen. If that helps.
    In general, I *love* this plugin.
  • It works quite well, but since the last update (May 10) it makes firefox on Debian Stretch very slow, almost unusable.
    A new release that fixes the issue will be available soon.
  • Marked it 5 stars as I like it. It generally works. However, with the latest update, it seems to cause heavy CPU usage due to an unresponsive script when I have Twitter open and the Twitter tab selected. Have updated to latest KeepassXC (2.3.3), have forgotten all browsers and reconnected the database. Have removed and re-added KeePassXC-Browser - same. Removing the add-on stops the heavy CPU usage and the poor browser performance on Twitter.
    Fix for this is coming asap.
  • Used to be perfect. Since the last update it fills in every single search field on every single page I visit. It seems the new username field detection errs heavily on the side of "fill in username in every field".

    Every page I open it asks for permissions, every time I click somewhere my email adress is entered in a random input field. Browsing has become a nightmare.
    This is already on the fix list. Thank you for reporting the issue.
  • Great work, the add-on works perfectly in Windows.
    I will try to check if it works equally well on the GNU / Linux system.