Use the Passpack It! button without having to open Passpack first
Windows Phone does not support flash then don't use it, use html5 or something better?
I don't mind having passpack open in a pinned tab, and am using the UsePass chrome extension to login using a keyboard shortcut. Very convenient! Unfortunately, I haven't found a similar solution for Firefox.
...doesn't this defeat the purpose of using Passpack? If you can log into any site with a click of a button, it's like not even having a password to the site :|
OK the Passpack Desktop doesn’t seem to have support for one-click login at all so the need for this is still strong.
I routinely click on the bookmarklet, have it tell me that I need to enable one-click, click OK, go back to Passpack, click to enable one-click, go back to the site I wanted to log in to, and then try the bookmarkle again. This is very annoying. A proper browser extension could solve all this. I’m trying Passpack desktop now though.
Very nice and reliable.
Steve Howe commented
Passpack seems more secure than Lastpass, is that right? But the lacking integration with browsers makes the Passpack vs Lastpass a no-brainer. For storing other data like social security numbers, product registration numbers, VIN numbers, PIN numbers and other non-browser-login info, maybe Passpack is the better option for these?
Please consider creating an extension for Opera 11.x+ like Lastpass has done.
more than year have been passed, is passpack still alive?
A keyboard shortcut would be ideal, allowing a search on passpack entries so you can select the one you want. Once you have the correct one, just press return to launch that login page and login for you.
I don't use auto-forms, 1-click logins or plugin. My vote - low priority! Just a nice online/cloud password manager.
It would be great to have a keyboard shortcut, but even more it would be great if for example:
I want to login to gmail and I have 10 accounts there, a list of accounts is produced and by every account login action I have further shortcut
The length of the list is tailored towards N with max length of 30 for example.
I used passpack heavily in the beginning, but this is the actual reason I switched over to a different password solution.
One I know Tara doesn't find quite nice, but it was a reasonable switch.
Alex Leonard commented
In my mind a plugin would give one feature that isn't an option with the bookmarklet - keyboard shortcut for login!
Right now I have a keyword assigned to the bookmarklet, so I can do alt+D, and type ppi in the address bar to 'visit' the url of the bookmarklet. It would be lovely to just be able to do ctrl+alt+p or similar.
Other advantages of a browser plugin could be integration/supplantation of the browser password manager.
AdminPasspack (Admin, Passpack) commented
Shane, you're right - the real need here is "Use the Passpack It! button without having to open Passpack first" but most likely that would require a plugin.
I don't mind the Passpack It! bookmarklet (in fact, it works great with Firefox Sync!), however it does get annoying when it tells me I need to log in first and I then need to open a new tab, log in, then close it.
Would it be possible then to login directly from the bookmarklet (ie: it would pop up a login form)?