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Anyone have a favorite open source

2023-07-28 00:55:02.666415+02 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

Anyone have a favorite open source password manager browser plug-in? I'm trying to figure out how to populate fields for React apps, like the NYT login. I can set the input's .value and send 'input' and 'change' events, and the input shows as changed, but as soon as anything React is triggered it's cleared from the model.

And sending a 'blur' event reloads the value too.

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#Comment Re: Anyone have a favorite open source made: 2023-08-06 21:26:39.248397+02 by: Steven


Not as good as Lastpass in the old days. But works on the desktop and phone for free.

#Comment Re: Anyone have a favorite open source made: 2023-08-07 14:35:04.455942+02 by: Dan Lyke

Thanks. Trying to figure out how to get the New York Times (looks like a React app) to fill, so looking at browser plug in source.

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