Auto-filling custom boolean fields does not work

There’s this page

where there are checkboxes with ids 119af685efe4b09c3d4a5db8e57a03d8 (Akeceptuję RODO) and e1a5f8912d28eda05c57d085c7eae2bd (Inwestor).

I added custom fields with these names and with type Boolean and checked them but when I run auto-fill (with ctrl+shift+L) text fields are being filled but checkboxes stay unchecked. Any ideas what’s wrong?

@piotr_dobrogost Welcome to the forum!

I frequently try to add custom boolean fields to my login items, and have found that they frequently do not work. I think that there is just a wide variety of methods that checkbox inputs are implemented (using various combinations of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, etc.), that Bitwarden is only able to handle the most basic forms of checkboxes — e.g., HTML forms using <input type="checkbox"> that don’t manipulate the user entry using scripts.

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that Bitwarden is only able to handle the most basic forms of checkboxes — e.g., HTML forms using <input type="checkbox"> that don’t manipulate the user entry using scripts.

I think that’s the case here and yet it does not work:

<input class="hide-check js-check" type="checkbox" name="73f2569c583f1a9b29775d6faa37e74b[]" id="e1a5f8912d28eda05c57d085c7eae2bd" value="e1a5f8912d28eda05c57d085c7eae2bd">

<input class="hide-check js-check" type="checkbox" name="119af685efe4b09c3d4a5db8e57a03d8" id="119af685efe4b09c3d4a5db8e57a03d8" value="1">

The js-check class is a clue that JavaScript is being used, and if you have the browser developer tools open, you can observe the HTML being modified in real-time (by a script) when you click the check box.

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HTML being modified is outside of input element so I don’t think this is the reason why checking the checkbox does not work.

I’m sorry, but I’m not going to reverse-engineer the JavaScript code on that page to figure out what is blocking the auto-fill. Feel free to contact customer support or to file a report here: