I am a totally new user to Bitwarden. I switched from 1Password to BW.
I really enjoy the excellent webversion and Chrome extension of BW. (Not so much the iPhone/iPad apps… they seem like a ‘bare bones’ HTML-page fit into an app-frame so to speak) (I am not a deeply technical person and English is not my main language, so hope I explain myself right)
(1Password seems to be more or less the opposite from Bitwarden in that regard: 1Password has pretty good iOS apps, but IMHO has a much weaker UI/UX on their webversion. With BW the webversion and the chrome extension are simply excellent , but the iOS apps are not that great (yet!) UI/UX-wise)
Anyway, one of the things I like about BW’s Chrome extension is that BW displays passwords in a markup styling, as follows:
<span class="password-special">#</span> Which has color: #c40800; (red) <span class="password-number">1</span> Which has color: #007fde; (blue) <span class="password-letter">t</span> Which has color: #000000; (black)
So when you have a password with different kind of characters, they are differentiated by colour. Which makes them easier to read (and therefor use).
My question: why is this not done like this in the Webversion of BW? If it’s possible to implemented it like in the Chrome extension , then this is my feature request.