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Ok, I have googled this and played around with the program, so I did my due diligence. I just cannot find the answer: is there a way with Keychain to bind a macro to a password, so that on web forms, etc. I do not have to constantly type in my long password?
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Ok I tried every possible permutation of that program lol and it looks like my answer is no.
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I found Keychain would save and auto input the password in some sites and not others.
I used the Keychain for over 2 years and spent the time doing a copy/paste from the Keychain before breaking down and getting the premier password app for OS X.

1Password is the RoboForm for OS X. Works in Safari and Firefox, not in Opera (but Opera has it's own password manager).

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In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.
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