It happens quite a lot that I am on some random website, bestcomicbooksellerseverintheentireuniverse.com.net.org, and I've selected some items to buy and I'm trying to check out so I unlock the 1Passwd browser extension and search for the credit card I would like to use, I copy the card number and BAM the search result is gone. No worries, I have the cc number in my clipboard so I can paste it in to the web form but now I need to re-open the browser extenstion, re-search for the cc and now copy the CVC2 number then BAM the search result is gone again. Now I have to start over looking for the expiration date. Of course every time I open the browser extension drop-down my password for bestcomicbooksellerseverintheentireuniverse.com.net.org automagically shows up but the cc I want to use to buy the stuff never shows up unless I go searching for it.
Now some might say that I should simply construct a memory palace to hold all of the cc details but I haven't paid my construction union dues in a while so perhaps there's a better way. Wouldn't it be ducky if the 1Passwd browser extension was clever enough to recognize "hey, the user has already searched for, found, and opened an item which contains a bunch of valuable bits of data and the user will likely need to go back-and-forth a few times so I should stay open for a tick, or at least automatically show up in the browser extension drop-down so long as I'm unlocked and the user stays on the webpage." Now that would be a crazy cleaver browser extension.
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