JoeSiegrist Wrote:This is reasonable -- we'll do it when we make the toolbar fully customizable...
Julian Wrote:That was exactly the suggestion I was going to post, i.e. address this requirement at the same time as a totally customizable toolbar. It's great to hear this is what you plan to do. I'm assuming that the fully customizable toolbar will allow the user to select exactly which buttons are displayed on their customised LastPass toolbar and that it will also allow them to select whether they want an icon-only view of the toolbar. Any very rough idea of timescales?
Julian Wrote:Do you plan to address dpic's requirement by adding the ability for the user to add custom buttons with a user-defined action? If yes then could I suggest the following semantics for a user defined button action: "<Action> <Argument>" where <Action> is either "Login", "Fill" or "Fill Forms" (to steal the bookmarklet nomenclature and associated meanings) and <Argument> could either be blank ("Null"), a specific profile (for <Action> = "Fill Forms") or a specific site (for <Action> = "Login" or "Fill").
With the above semantics then dpic would just define a custom button set to ' "Fill Forms" <Favorite Credit Card> ' to get the button requested.
JoeSiegrist Wrote:... This is highly functional but only a programmer would understand it -- we need to make something far more intuitive and simple, like 'form fill button' that will then allow you to select which form fill it'll use the first time you click on it.
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