d0g Wrote:One of the nicest features of RoboForm, and to a lesser extent 1Password, are the keyboard shortcuts.
Most useful is a shortcut for bringing up a 'search window' which live-filters your passcards, so you can easily find a site and auto-login.
I would also prefer an option to use a hotkey to auto-fill or auto-login to a site.
Avian00 Wrote:1) Could you clarify the proposed iPhone support? Are you talking about an iPhone-formatted web page, or a native application that syncs to my repository?
Avian00 Wrote:2) Would you ever consider releasing an open-source version that could be installed on my own personal web server (PHP + MySQL)?
eathaiku Wrote:1) Say, I'm an sysadmin, and what to give a field technical a set of passwords --simple export a profile maintained for the field technician job role (and give it to him on a usb agent ).
eathaiku Wrote:2) Another example, would be allowing your web client plugin at PC 'A' (located at work) use only your 'work' profile while at PC 'B' (located at home) your can use all your profiles --this way if PC 'A' is compromised/you resign/is shared by others, there's no threat to your personal credentials (admittedly, logging off your LastPass plugin would keep it safe, but browser sharing coworkers wouldn't have those passwords).
cheeseflavor Wrote:Not sure if this will be covered with the form filling, but something similar to Roboform's "Identities" that would hold user information. For example, credit cards (multiple), bank info, address, email, etc.
morpheme Wrote:Hi, I put this in a different topic, but to reiterate: my main desire is for wildcard and/or regular expression support for the url field.
sameer Wrote:morpheme Wrote:Hi, I put this in a different topic, but to reiterate: my main desire is for wildcard and/or regular expression support for the url field.
A few weeks back we made the URL field editable, so you can specify the exact URL in question.
As for regexp support - ideally we want to make LastPass usable by mere mortals.
We'd hate to think that people - even advanced users - have to write regexps to use LastPass.
But, we currently do understand your need for this.
We're going to make some serious efforts shortly to improve our matching algorithms.
We're hoping that after we're done, you and other users wont have the need for regexps.
We're not sure if we can completely rid the need for them, but we want to try.
So, check back in a few weeks and if you still feel that regexps are needed, please let us know.
sameer Wrote:Other - please post your feature so we can include it in this list
Gerry Wrote:"Certification of all releases or some other method where we do not have to blindly trust your code to do as you tell us it does"
A HUGE BOLDED footnote to that would be that, a half solution is not a solution.
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