I would personally prefer a new font selection. Specifically one that easily distinguishes between O and 0, as well as i and L. The color variation helps, but text is not always shown with colors (notes are a prime example).
Roboto is a perfect alternative example. Each character is easily distinguishable of its lookalike.
I support this just for password fields. 1Password has this including different colors for alphanumeric characters, numbers and symbols.
@MetBril the main purpose isn’t just for passwords. It’s for the data altogether. Emails, usernames, license keys, etc. that are sensitive to getting things precisely correct.
I don’t always have the luxury of copy/pasting it to where it needs to go. Sometimes I’m typing said information into a different device, and have to read it off my phone or computer. A simple adjustment like the application’s font would go a long way for something like this.
I understand. However, I personally like Bitwarden to blend into my OS of use. That implies using system fonts where possible.
That might be your personal preference, doesn’t mean it’s efficient. They could implement an option to keep the font as is, if that’s really that important to you. I would personally prefer something more useful to avoid having to repeatedly type license keys and such until I get the correct character.