Is there any way to stop Safari from suggesting “strong passwords” without completely turning of autofill?
This one is bugging me a bit, and I feel like there has to be something I’m missing. For work, I’m logging into a site where I need to put in username, password, and a randomly generated passcode. Because there’s both a password and a passcode, Safari is throwing up that strong password suggestion popup every time I click on one of the fields. It seems it’s because Safari doesn’t support remembering more than one password per login, so the autofill is getting confused and is thinking I don’t have anything saved for the second passcode field.
So, I’m looking all around, and there doesn’t seem to be any way to tell it to just not suggest a password, and that popup needs to be cleared every time I go to log in. I don’t want to deactivate autofill across the entire web because Safari can’t figure out how to deal with a single web form.
Is there any way around this that I’m missing? Google didn’t come up with much. Thanks.