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MadRaven

Joined: Nov 25, 2001
Posts: 37
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  Posted: 2001-12-29 08:05

I have some accounts that normally require username and password, but in some cases, for special features, they require a PIN# too.
So I sometimes only need the first and third fields. Untill now I solved this by changing the order of the fields (username 1 field, pass. second, the not usually required one third or so on) but I often end up with "wrong password" notices. If there are two fields to be completed and I have three fields in the key the last two are inserted together in the second uncompleted field.
Maybe you could make an option in which we could set which fields we want to drag with the key by default, and if we need another field we could drag it separatly!

MadRaven®


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cool

Joined: Feb 18, 2001
Posts: 142
From: Germany
  Posted: 2002-01-01 09:59

Hi!

I don't like this idea... You can create 2 different keys. One key with 2 fields and the other key with 3 fields. I think this is a more flexible way. In some near future we will implement the group functionality where you can group your keys in folders.



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jchristl

Joined: Jan 02, 2002
Posts: 5
From: Pittsburgh, PA
  Posted: 2002-01-02 16:46

I don't like it either. But are three fields the max? What about the ability of creating two, three, four, or more?

Joe C.


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Yezalee

Joined: Feb 02, 2002
Posts: 4
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  Posted: 2002-02-03 18:25

Keywallet is the only program of this kind that allows users to choose the number of fields a login requires, and does not limit us to user and password.

A nice thing would be the ability to select (checkbox?) if a field in a key is draggable or not with the whole key, and keeping the ability to drag it specifically if needed.


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MadRaven

Joined: Nov 25, 2001
Posts: 37
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  Posted: 2002-02-04 06:48

This is what I meant in my post, thanks Yezalee for summing it up in a more understandable way.

MadRaven®



[ This message was edited by: MadRaven on 2002-02-04 06:56 ]


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