Kee stopped autofilling logins

I was originally having the issue mainly with kee not auto-filling the 2nd page on google account logins, but the bug actually seems to extend beyond that. [EDIT: Oh, a reason I thought it was mainly google accounts is because aol, paypal, etc., have a similar login that works just fine]

It used to autofill fine, but from what I recall, once I changed the setting it got “stuck”.

I’m on the latest version of Firefox.

Here’s what I set the settings to:

[screenshot 1] (see comments, I’m limited to 1 upload)

[screenshot 2] (see comments, I’m limited to 1 upload)

Yet no autofill:

sign in page

Before when I would click that kee icon and select the entry, and click “next”, the password would be automatically filled on the next page. Now I have to select the entry again on the 2nd page, and I can’t get it to autofill on the first page at all.

Ideally I want the 2nd screenshot set to “do nothing” for the top option, and then I would manually override it per-entry via the 1st screenshot. But to show that it’s broken, I set both options to “fill in the form”, and it still didn’t.

SS 1:

autofill always

SS 2:

Probably a new entry has been added to the domain, or an existing one modified. This might result in the order of matched entries to change and therefore the “best” match could be different.

Since Kee can only make an autofill decision based upon that best match, this could result in the autofill of an existing entry to appear to suddenly stop working.

You should be able to fix this by selecting your “preferred matching entry” using the checkbox for the relevant entry. You can find that list of matching entries in the main Kee popup (on your browser toolbar) when you’re on the browser tab with the login form showing.

Thanks luckyrat.

I did indeed not have a “preferred entry” selected. So I did check one of them, yet that seemed to have no impact.

Also, the issue extends to Kee not filling in the 2nd page, even after I’ve selected an entry. Yet it does automatically autofill the 2nd page on similar 2-page logins like paypal, aol, etc…