Thanks for the additional information. What Hardware (iPhone version) and iOS are you running?
We weren’t able to reproduce this behavior on our test devices, but we’ll keep trying.
My difficulty was mostly in trying to get to the top of the field so I could paste the old password there.
Could I ask is it scrolling slowly, or incorrectly?
A couple of things that may help you scroll to the top of the note easier:
1 Tap the note out of edit mode, it should start you at the top of the note. At which point you can tap anywhere in the note to start editing at that point.
2. Tap the status bar and it should scroll you to the top of the note.
Perhaps as a future enhancement of the application, you might consider an optional password history storage so that one could, rather then simply edit the password field, do something else which would effectively save the current contents of the password field and replace it with the new password, but still give you the option to scroll back through your previous passwords. You wouldn’t want it to store it on edit of the field in case you made multiple edits before you found a password you liked. Maybe on save, with the option to delete any item in the history either individually or in bulk.
Thanks for the feedback, we’ll take it into consideration.
Let me know if either of the suggestions above help make scrolling to the top of the note easier.