New answers tagged keepass
Ok, so it appears I can get this done mostly with the Auto-type feature in Keepass, which allows me to define keystrokes it can send. To make it send a keystroke, I just press ctrl+alt+a. It's an unwanted step, but better than typing the whole string every time. It's all explained here: http://keepass.info/help/base/autotype.html
I would suggest the same as the previous answer, by leaving the database file of Keypass on your Google drive and then utilize a NEW app called "CKP Keepass intergration for Chrome" in the Chrome web store. Nice app that will show the Keepass icon next to a website that you have listed in Keepass, then just click on the keepass icon and press "autofill" ...
Top 50 recent answers are included