|Nope. I use one of several keyboard macro programs called Macro Express to automate typing, so that it can type ",,something" (where "something" is a 3-character (or sometimes longer) string which is shorthand for what I want to type. Macro express then replaces that with what I want. Examples: |
,,natf = https://newagtalk.com/forums/
,,accg = accounting
,,mrw = [types out my full name]
,,addr1 = [first line of my mailing address]
And I also use it to store login passwords. For instance, to login to BigIron, I type:
,,pwbigiron = ...types my current BigIron.com password.
,,pwshoup = ...types my current password for shoupparts.com
(All of my password macros begin with "pw".)
For sites which require you to change your password from time to time, all I have to do is enter the new password in Macro Express. I can still login to the site by typing the same ",,pwWhatever" character string.
Yes, this is less automated than a password manager, but it is easy, and essentially *unhackable*. Someone would have to hack into my Windows system (not too hard) but they'd also have to know I use Macro Express, and where my Macro Express database is stored, and how my passwords are stored there.
(I've always avoided password managers because the mere popularity of *any* piece of software is part of what makes it enticing for hackers to hack into...and the data mined from a password manager can be worth gold.)