The macosxhints Rating:
[Score: 7 out of 10]
I found the data entry on PasswordWallet to be relatively straightforward, though for some reason, you can't use the Keyboard to get to the Category field (even with the Keyboard prefs panel set to allow tabbing to all controls). One nice feature is the ability to auto-type a username and password for you. Just highlight the entry, hit Command-Control-T for "auto type," hit Command-U to open the URL, then hold Option until you hear a beep. For sites like my bank, which prevent you from storing the username and password (for a good reason!), this is a nice timesaver. There are also small icons next to each entry for these tasks, if you prefer clicking the mouse. You can set auto-clear options for various things (locking the file, erasing the clipboard, hiding shown passwords, etc.), and each can be set to a different duration. Finally, a "live find" (type a few letters, and entries are highlighted as they match) makes it easy to find the record I'm looking for.
Beyond the annoyance of not being able to use the keyboard only for data input, I wish PasswordWallet would let me customize the categories. I also would like to assign a highlight color per category, but that cannot be done. Finally, though you can sort by Date Modified, you can't see that date in the main list view; you have to edit a record in order to see the modification date.
While not perfect, PasswordWallet is a strong password management application. I'm hoping some of the small annoyances get addressed in a future update, but I'll be paying my shareware fee later this week; having this data on my Palm has already saved me some time and aggravation. Note that if you want to sync with the Palm, you'll need to buy both the Mac and Palm versions of the program -- and you'll save $2.50 if you buy them together from the online store.
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