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LastPass filling in Labels keyword search field

I'm unable to filter a board because LastPass keeps trying to fill in the search box. It will briefly show the labels but then refreshes & puts in my email address. I'm having the same trouble applying labels to cards. filter lastpass.PNG

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Ohh, yes, I've had this too, not just with Trello.  Lastpass is definitely a little bit enthusiastic about filling fields and sometimes jumps on the wrong one.

Try firing up your Lastpass vault, and finding the Trello entry.  Open it up in, and look towards the bottom.

The "nuclear" option is to simply expand the "advanced" section and tick the "disable autofill" box.

But before you do that (because it'll disable stuff you do want it to do), hit the "wrench" icon below and check all the fields it thinks it wants to fill in.  When I ran into this, Lastpass had a field for Trello with an odd name and my email address as the "what to fill". 

I had to look in the HTML for Trello's pages to confirm that the funny name was what it was hitting, but it did match.  Removing the field (or, in my case, changing it to something I actually did want it to enter) fixed it.

that did it, thank you!

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