Pasting password on Android
I use an external password manager (Keepass) which allows me to paste passwords into login pages. Since a recent update of Firefox on Android (currently running 28.0.1), long pressing an input field does not pop up a menu, but instead changes the header bar (where the search/URL field and tab buttons are) to show buttons for copy, cut, paste and search.
The issue I'm having, is that when long pressing a password field, a single option pops up with the text "Save login information", apparently to force the built-in password manager to store the username and password for the current site. This change makes it impossible to paste passwords using the standard (long-press field) method. Instead, I need to use an external keyboard, or a keyboard that has a CTRL key (e.g., Hacker's Keyboard) and C-V to paste the password.
Is there another way around this? Perhaps disabling the "save" option or adding a secondary "paste" option for password fields?
EDIT: Turns out this wasn't due to an app update but an installed addon, called "Mobile Password Manager".
Yes the issue was resolved. I couldn't mark my initial post as a solution, so the issue appeared unresolved. The issue was due to the addon "Mobile Password Manager", which I have removed.在上下文中阅读这个答案 👍 0
I saw your edit and wanted to confirm that your issue was resolved by you so I can close this thread?
Yes the issue was resolved. I couldn't mark my initial post as a solution, so the issue appeared unresolved. The issue was due to the addon "Mobile Password Manager", which I have removed.