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Can't insert charaters in a magic-wand generated password
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A user reported that when changing the Pinentry suggested Passwort, inserted characters are always added to the end. Needs to be verified and fixed.

Test using gpg -c with "formatted-passphrase" enabled in gpg-agent.conf

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werner triaged this task as Normal priority.Wed, May 11, 5:18 PM
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Its an issue of cursor position. If one either deletes or inputs a a character anywhere in the password string, the cursor always jumps to the end of the string.

Therefore it is possible to change a character by first deleting it, then positioning the cursor again at the intended place of insertion and there type the new character.

If pinentry-formatted-passphrase is removed from gpg-agent.conf, the cursor jumping does not happen any more.

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ikloecker changed the task status from Open to Testing.Thu, May 12, 4:08 PM
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Editing a formatted password should work now as expected.