Window Title="Log In"

danea
2013-04-07
2013-04-12
  • danea

    danea - 2013-04-07

    I use a web site with a title that is simply "Log In". I set up an entry for it and it works fine.

    But when I set up other sites with titles such as "Log In to xxxxx", I get a prompt that gives an option to choose the key sequence for "Log In to xxxxx" site or for the simple "Log In" site.

    Any way to get around this? Thanks.

     
  • Squeller

    Squeller - 2013-04-09

    Hi Danea,

    according to http://keepass.info/help/base/autotype.html#autowindows Keepass 2 supports regular expressions:

    "In order to tell KeePass that the pattern is a regular expression, enclose it in //. For example, //B.?g Window// would match Big Window, Bug Window and Bg Window."

    So please test if the following Expression (paste it into "Target Window") works:
    //^Log In$//
    or maybe
    //^Log\sIn$//

    If you're not familiar with Perl Regex language: "^" means "begins with", "$" means "end of string", "\s" is whitespace.

    Please let me know if it works.

    best regards

     
  • danea

    danea - 2013-04-09

    //^Log In$// worked like a charm. Thank you so much!

     

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