As a user Ican change the font, so that I can differentiate similar letters when looking at the passwords in cleartext

Q1 - What is the problem that you are trying to solve?
If I have to look at a password in cleartext, it’s difficult to know if a letter is an “l” (lowercase L) or “I” (uppercase i) or an “O” or “0” for example.
The issue is a thing if I have to type type a password manually, compare passwords etc.

Q2 - Who is impacted?
Everyone who wants to read a password in cleartext.

Q3 - Why is it important and/or urgent?
It’s not really urgent. It’s just a bit annoying and slows down our workflows.

Q4 - What is your proposed solution? (optional)
If I could change the font to one with serifs, it should fix the problem.
(The option to pick a different font could also maybe make passbolt more accessible for people with dyslexia or other visual/reading impairments)

Q5. Community support
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@lbusse Which font is your preferred favorite?

Guys you read our mind :slight_smile:


It’s coming, most likely at the next release 4.1.0

Thanks for asking and spending time to describe your ideal password manager to us :heart:


I was thinking a font like Cascadia Mono, but Max’ example is even better :smiley:
We’ll just wait for the next release - it’ll have the feature we were looking for :smile:


Fixed with v4.2.0, using monospace font.
Checkout the changelog.