Edit Password Directly In Saved Passwords List

Currently only way to change/edit pwd for a particular site is either by using “Remove,” which completely removes both user/website and password. Then go to site and re-enter user/website name with new password, which Brave then offers to save. OR, leave entry as it is in saved passwords list, go to site, erase old password, login to site with new password, which Brave then offers to update. This is entirely too roundabout, clumsy, time consuming–big pain in the ass just to edit or change pwd. All I needed to do was change one letter from upper to lower case, and had to jump through all these hoops just to do that. Mind boggling that it’s set this way.

Would like to be able to simply highlight current password and make changes directly at the saved password list.

MacOS Mojave 10.14.6 1.16.72 Chromium: 86.0.4240.183 (Official Build) (x86_64)


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I would like this because there is a Web site where Brave doesn’t recognize the log in attempt, so it doesn’t offer to save the password. Without manually adding it, I don’t see how I can use the password manager for this site.