I have disabled "Use Instant Log In" because I didn't want True Key to log me in automatically to a site, but True Key still fills in the user ID and password fields for me automatically. Is there any way to turn this off?
The auto-fill feature is actually problematic, and it was a problem also in the predecessor to True Key — Lenovo's Password Manager (Lenovo's was worse because it stored more fields than just the user ID and password, and those stored fields cannot be removed). In an ideal world, a password manager is able to figure out and fill fields correctly, but this often isn't the case, and it breaks things. Examples:
I mentioned in another post that I didn't want to use Instant Log In, and these are the reasons. But auto-fill is almost as annoying. Therefore, can we turn it off, or have such a feature?
So far, I found that Keeper handles the above problems very well by not instantly filling, and giving the user the option to choose which fields to fill, and the option to add custom fields. The main problem with their product is they do not support hardware integration on the desktop (such as the use of fingerprint login, TPM, AES instructions in the processor, etc., so everything is slowed down), and their Android app/keyboard is broken.
There isn't a setting to currently disable auto-fill. I too find this annoying, but that's the way it is at the moment. The only options you have at the moment are:
Hopefully someone from the True Key team will pick up this suggestion and add it to the development road map.