Sans-Serif Font makes things difficult

Sans-Serif Font makes things difficult

Postby Smooth » 19 Nov 2009, 20:31

The sans-serif font used to display passwords in 0.4.1 for Mac OS X makes it nearly impossible to visually distinguish lower-case ell (l) from upper-case eye (I).

I'm constantly cutting and pasting into a terminal window (Monaco) to read passwords. A fix would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Sans-Serif Font makes things difficult

Postby AngryMathDave » 15 Oct 2010, 20:08

I agree. Sans-Serif Font makes it difficult to read the passwords.
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Re: Sans-Serif Font makes things difficult

Postby daniel0 » 12 May 2012, 22:26

I encountered the same issue as the original poster. I was mixing up an undercase L with and uppercase I. Is there any way to manually change the font to a serif based font? I am using KeePassX 0.4.3 on OS X Lion. Thanks.
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