Fields are values specific to a particular application or website. Each field has a descriptive name (eg. "Password"), and a value (the actual password itself). If an entry points to http://mail.yahoo.com/, and it has two fields Username and Password, the values of these two fields store the username and password for the Yahoo Mail service.
By default, every new entry is created with two fields Username and Password.
The left-middle pane (highlighted in red) is the fields pane.
There are a few basic tasks related to fields management:
If you have defined global variables, the button will be enabled for you to insert one of them into the field value.
You can embed [Tab] and [Enter] keystrokes into the field value by checking thecheckbox. Then all occurrences of "\t" and "\n" will be interpreted as [Tab] and [Enter] respectively. A double-backslash will be interpreted as a single backslash character. This is useful for cases like credit card numbers, where you may need to enter the field in four separate parts delimited by tabs.
If you check thecheckbox, it indicates that the field value is a password, and its value will be masked with *.
If you check thecheckbox, you will be allowed to enter more than one line of text into the field value textbox.
The Preferences/Password Generation to find out more about changing the parameters for password generation.button can be used to generate a random password. The button does the same thing, but also copies the generated password to the system clipboard. See
You can insert the value of a field into any application by doing the following:
A popup menu will appear, listing all the entries with fields defined.
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