I have been trying out different password managers to use and Codebook is one of them. Secret Agent is good for credentials entry but it takes lot more steps compared to Keepass or 1Password. In Keepass a key combination will enter the user id and password and log on to the site. With Codebook I have to enter the key combination/keyboard shortcut to bring up the Secret Agent, then search for the entry (ie; Amazon) then Tab to select user name, then copy, go back to the browser and paste and then again repeat the steps to enter the password and then finally click/tap enter to log in to the site.
In Keepass and 1Password it is a single keyboard shortcut with domain matching and I am logged in. Also with 1Password I can right click in login field and easily select the credential for the site and login with a single click. Is there a similar better,easier,faster way to do credential entry with Codebook? Btw, I prefer key combination compared to mouse click to avoid RSI but it would be nice to have that option.
Also I can’t find a codebook extension for Chrome or Firefox while Keypass and 1Password has extensions making it much easier to save credentials and enter them. Are there plans to release them or is it a security risk to have extensions?