My bank, https://usaa.com, has a two page login, yuk. The first page asks for userid and password. No problem. The second page asks for my pin. I have followed the steps to add the second page to my saved login for USAA, but when I do, it overwrites the password for the site with my pin. I have edited the login manually and created a new field under web form details giving it the same name as the name attribute of the input field for the pin. When I do this, it fills in the pin field with my password for the site. I don't really want to create a second login for the site for page 2 as that will then disable the keyboard shortcut autofill for both pages.
Here is the html for the input field for the pin:
The password field on the first page has a name of j_password (which is captured properly on the login under web form details.
<input type="password" placeholder="Password" name="j_password" id="usaaPass" size="25" maxlength="12" class="password j_password" autocomplete="off" style="display: block;"/>
It's not a huge deal to type my pin each time, in fact I prefer that to creating the multiple login annoyance, but when I do type my pin and press enter, I am then prompted to update my password for the login. I don't want to disable the prompt for the website, because I rely on the prompt to remind me to update my login when the password changes.
This looks like a bug to me, rather than expected behavior. I'd appreciate any help you can provide if there is a workaround or better steps to take if the issue is user error. If it is a bug, I'd love to get updates on whether you can reproduce it and any guesstimate on when it might be fixed.
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