I've been using KeePass for many years, and just use the contextual menu to Auto-Type, and in this specific case, manually copying/pasting username and password on a two page login.
The global hot key does not work, and I can't seem to create the proper steps for two page login.
The global hot key is currently set to ctrl + alt + A. Was able to change to another key and back to this setting, but pressing this combination on my Windows 7 machine does not appear to do anything. How do I debug this?
The reason I'm trying the hot key is to automatically login to https://www.penfed.org/
I created the following:
Auto-Type-Window: PenFed Banking
Auto-Type-Window-1: PenFed Online
I figured out the 11 tabs to place the cursor in the username field, and the auto-type will fill it in and get to the next page if I use the contextual menu for this password listing. In the next page, the cursor is already in the password field, but nothing happens in my case. I'm wondering if I somehow do not understand the Auto-Type-Window and so the hot key does not recognize the web page, and the second step also does not recognize the web page title.
I use Chrome, and pulled out text for the tab in the first case, and the second case "PenFed Online" is the entire page title.
The auto-type Window Title requires a wild card if you do not use the complete window title. (e.g. PenFed Online*).
Each page requires that you press the global auto-type key. On the second page, press the global hot key when the cursor appears in the password field.
Verify that you understand how auto-type works by creating a simple auto-type into Notepad.
Are you using KeePass 1.x or 2.x?
P.S. I can't examine the second page of the login because the 1st page verifies the username and I didn't guess a valid one.
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