EDIT: Solved. I found how to create a custom field using ‘Inspect’ for the problem field. The field was a ridiculously long ID. (right click the field, Inspect, look for the field ID and copy it to a custom field in Bitwarden.)
I'm having a similar problem. How can I find the name of an input field so I can create a custom field that matches. My password is being filled in on both the username AND password field.
It works the same on Android. But perhaps you get a different version of the login page and therefore the field might have a different ID.
To see the source code within Google Chrome on Android add view-source: infront of the URL.
This “view-source” method gave me the source for the entire page. I couldn’t find the input Id, so downloaded an app called Inspect and Edit HTML from the play store. It allowed me to “Inspect” the actual input field for the password. The Id “_ParticipantLogon20_WAR_ahcommonauthportlet_userId” and source code are identical to Chrome and Firefox on Windows, Linux or Chromebook. (these work fine) This is for the Lumen benefits website. Bitwarden isn’t filling in the UserID on either my tablet or my cellphone. It puts the password in both the userid and password fields.
I left the username field in Bitwarden’s Lumen entry empty. I made a custom field for the userid.
Some day, hopefully, myopic website developers will realize that tens of millions of people around our amazing planet use password managers, and they will choose to design websites that work easily with them.
Honestly, it’s not hard. It’s just a bad combination of myopia and laziness.
Last I checked, popular sites like Yahoo and Evernote still don’t play well with password managers; they require users of password managers to enter their credentials twice because they don’t have the input fields for the username and password loaded in the DOM at the same time.
Fixing this is a simple task, but not making these mistakes in the first place would be even better.
My solution is, whenever possible, to not use sites or services that do not play well with password managers. For this reason, I no longer have a Yahoo, Evernote, or PayPal account. No Google account either, but that’s due to: Add unshare option - #137 by bit
Too many great options to deal with ineptitude or ignorance these days. That’s why I no longer have a LastPass account either!