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ddobbins Posted - 15 February 2006 : 17:54:41
I am testing the new IE7 beta. Password Agent does not seem to autofill the password correctly. Has anyone else seen this problem?
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nkyadav Posted - 05 March 2006 : 13:45:26
Makes sense. I experienced issues like that as well where the site was 'still loading' - according to {mybrowserofchoiceatthissite} - and it would drop a single character as well. I later found out that, although the site *looked* like it was fully loaded, the cursor was not yet blinking in the text entry field - and a delay *sometimes, but not always, was the answer....

Sometimes it was simply a longer delay. Sometimes it was simply changing browsers.
oracledba Posted - 02 March 2006 : 19:44:25
I had same dropped character issue with a different program. The following was the solution in that instance maybe it will resolve your IE7 dropped character issue as well.

right click on your password agent entry.
go into properties
change the template from this:

$USERID{TAB}$PASSWORD

into this:
{WAIT 300}$USERID{TAB}{WAIT 300}$PASSWORD
Ahto/Moon Software Posted - 01 March 2006 : 21:44:12
Perhaps related to this issue? I just can't test this for some time.

http://www.moonsoftware.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=192
ddobbins Posted - 15 February 2006 : 18:02:51
Actually, now that I have tested it a bit more, it seems to drop the first character of the login ID. The password appears to be OK.

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