#1731 Different colors for letters and numbers in the password field

KeePass
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nobody
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5
2017-06-01
2013-05-04
Andy L
No

Can there be an option to make numbers red, Capital letters black, and lower case letters have an underscore under them in the password field?

Discussion

  • Paul

    Paul - 2013-05-05

    How is that of value? A random password is always best as you don't need to remember it, KeePass does that for you.

    cheers, Paul

     
  • Andy L

    Andy L - 2013-05-05

    Sometimes I have to manually enter the password on another device, like on an xbox, or iphone, or a computer that does not have keepass on it. It's annoying to have to eneter a 25 char password, even more annoying when I have to enter it several times because it was hard to tell the difference between l and 1 or o and 0, etc.

     
  • Paul

    Paul - 2013-05-08

    I copy passwords into Notepad and use the Consolas font to do that.

    cheers, Paul

     
  • OLLI_S

    OLLI_S - 2017-03-01

    I voted for this feature because it is very very useful!
    Andy, please also vote!

    My passwords are all random generated and once or twice a month I need to read such a password and enter it on a device where KeePass is not available.
    So I like this idea.
    Modification: lower case letters should be displayed in an additional color (maybe blue?)

     
  • Armin Weber

    Armin Weber - 2017-03-01

    Thumbs Up

     
  • Malthe Høj-Sunesen

    I'm using KeePass when accessing servers over RDP. Sometimes AutoType doesn't work, and even though I'm using Hack as font it can be a problem to distinguish O and 0. I might even download the source code and implement the functionality myself.

     
  • Paul

    Paul - 2017-05-19

    If you do that, posting the modifications here under Tickets > Patches will allow Dominik to comment on your code and possibly add it to KeePass.

    cheers, Paul

     

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