Hi Mark,

it was great seeing you, too. Thanks for the nudge, this seems to have fallen off my radar.

When you set pbPassword to True, it adds 'type="password"' to the HTML code for the form, which then causes browsers to remember it. When you disable pbPassword, that goes away, but so does your ability to mask the password input.

The workaround would be a function, probably on the front end in javascript, that adds masking as a user types each character while saving the non-masked characters to a property. Something like this: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...without-plugin