is a feature that simplifies the process of filling various
forms, either in the Internet or application dialog windows.
nbsp;The idea behind
SuperPaste is simple: store the sequence of keypresses that
you make and then reproduce it. Since most forms (especially
those that are meant to be filled often, such as
username-and-password forms) can be filled using the
keyboard only (remember, you can use ‘TAB’ to switch to the
next field of the form), SuperPaste can do it for you.
nbsp;Although simple, this
is quite powerful: the form can be arbitrarily complex (i.e.
have check boxes, radio buttons, even stretch to several
dialog windows), but as long as you can fill it using your
keyboard, you can easily teach Aurora Password Manager to do