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Hello there Mac Forums. I would first and for most like to thank you on hosting this brilliant forum. It has been very handy at times of gloom on my Mac.

Getting to the point. I find that when I try to log into my account my username goes beyond the text box when entering it. Nothing major but if i mistype my username it can be annoying. If the text fields were to be lengthened slightly it would all fit in nice and sweet.

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Jeremy.

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Or you could just check the remember me box and not have to worry about mistyping ?
It works for me anyway.
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That little checkbox or 'nother candidate for 1Password. Especially if your password is that long also.

I refused to buy it for over 2 years and was a Roboform fan on my Win machines. It sure is nice to have, plus now I can carry all my passwords around under lock and key on my iPhone.

I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
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