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 :D I have the same problem (<----- see avatar!)
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I'll try! Password Depot is a desktop password application made by AceBit. It's not new, but it is regularly updated. I have run it alongside Roboform and LastPass and keep returning to it as my preferred password app.

Thanks!  Is it "limited" to passwords?  The key feature of RoboForm is its ability to fill in forms, not just store passwords.  For "just" passwords, I use KeePass, which is free, and can fill forms as long as you tell it how beforehand (I haven't tried the addons for formfilling as such).  I presume you've tried KeePass and prefer Password Depot?

I use it for all online log-ins so it'll remember your username and password and other fields too :)

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I mentioned earlier that Password Depot is quite decent (though not perfect) as a desktop app.

Could you expand on Password Depot, please?

I'll try! Password Depot is a desktop password application made by AceBit. It's not new, but it is regularly updated. I have run it alongside Roboform and LastPass and keep returning to it as my preferred password app. It can run in a number of ways but I tend to have it as an autohiding toolbar at the top of the screen. You can store program passwords as well as www passwords, do backups, print lists for extra precaution if you choose, and it works across browsers (you define your primary and secondary browsers). I use it with Opera, Firefox and rarely IE. Later versions have the ability to capture and store passwords (mostly successful but with glitches here and there just like RoboForm). You can store to FTP, hard drive or USB, and also run it from USB (no extra cost).

I don't have time to do a full review right now but having used it for several years I do find myself returning to it in times of crisis. Importantly, you are not locked into to server-side storage.

Far more features than I can describe here (password generation and time-limiting on passwords so you are reminded to change them - if you choose. There is a trial period so you can try before you buy.

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General Software Discussion / Re: Any better Clipboard program.
« on: December 21, 2010, 12:08 PM »
and ended up installing several new apps as a result! Better than wrapping Xmas pressies!

There's no cure for this disease.  Just ask Curt, or Darwin, or....   :P

Time for rehab again I guess - thought I could resist, but no... 8)

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General Software Discussion / Re: Any better Clipboard program.
« on: December 21, 2010, 11:51 AM »
This is Donationcoder at its most dangerous!  :D I only joined the thread to add a mention for AceText and ended up installing several new apps as a result! Better than wrapping Xmas pressies!

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