Using Password Entries

The buttons at the top of the main window provide access to elements of the currently selected password entry:
Clicking copies the entry username into the clipboard. Dragging will copy the entry username to the destination field.
Clicking copies the entry password into the clipboard. Dragging will copy the entry password to the destination field.
Clicking opens your web browser at the entry home page. Dragging will copy the URL to the destination field.
See Preferences for clipboard timeout settings.

NOTE: clicking or sets the macOS general clipboard (pasteboard), which automatically participates with the Universal Clipboard feature in macOS 10.12 and later. As a feature of Handoff, it can be disabled in System Preferences/General.
Enter text in to search the Title, Username, Notes and URL fields of password entries for the supplied text. The search is case-insensitive. The filtered results are displayed. To cancel the search, click the x symbol next to the search box.
Use to expose/hide the detail drawer. Within the detail drawer you can select:
to show/hide the password.
to generate a new random password. Preferences (⌘,) control the generated password characteristics.
The detail drawer can be resized by grabbing the outer edge and dragging. Note that maximum size of the detail drawer is constrained by the size of the main window.
The coloured line under the password indicates strength. Red is very weak, yellow is weak and green is good. The longer the line the stronger the password.
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