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Hello, When using Enpass to authenticate to Amazon's AWS login page, https://signin.aws.amazon.com/signin, it doesn't work properly. Their login page is split in two sections: First, you fill the email address or IAM identity, then click on Next. Once they've made sure this account exists, they ask for the password. Enpas doesn't recognize the first field as being a credential field, so I can't fill anything. Once I've manually typed the username/email/IAM identity and get to the password page, it recognizes the fields as a credential field, and I can search through my various AWS logins to fill it. In our use case, we have multiple AWS logins for different clients. Having a fix for this would be really awesome and would save us a lot of time of fetching data through other login/password manages and stuff! Let me know if you need more info!
The Browser shortcut works great, but I have noticed that on Account Alias Login Pages on AWS Console that when the focus is on an input the shortcut doesn't work. I have to click off of the input then the shortcut works. I am using Firefox Developer Edition 56.0b12 and Enpass 5.6.0 on Mac 10.12.6 I can't paste the link to it as it has a token it in. So you can get to that login page by going to: https://console.aws.amazon.com/ Then adding a random account ID like "happy" then click next. There you will see a login with 3 fields. Account ID, IAM User, and Password. Whenever on that page with one of the fields having focus the Shortcut doesn't do anything. For now I am just clicking off of the inputs, but it is annoying. It may be an issue of AWS blocking it or something, but I have many accounts that I need to use for it and would really appreciate some insight. Thanks