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Kudos0

Another UI glitch

I just changed the login credentials of a site and this is how the UI looks like after clicking save: 

Looks like this is just another UI glitch introduced with the latest Norton Security update

Labels: Windows 10

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Kudos0

Re: Another UI glitch

Note: black bar at the bottom is not a glitch, just hid my email address and neither the black marks in the address box.

Kudos0

Re: Another UI glitch

You are showing us that the Username field is beneath the label. I just tried an edit and did not see what you are seeing. 

Are you seeing this just since the latest update to 22.10?  If so, have you run LiveUpdate a few more times, restarting between runs since getting 22.10?

What specific field did you edit?

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
Kudos0

Re: Another UI glitch

It still happens even after restarting and I had just edited my password for that site. Here's my laptop's spec:

HP Envy 14

Intel Core i7 6700HQ

12 GB RAM

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M

1 TB Samsung 850 EVO SSD

My screen resolution is set to 1080p

Kudos0

Re: Another UI glitch

When I first tried to recreate your issue, I just added a tag and saved the login. No issue seen.

Now when I take your additional information and changed the password, I just added one character, and when I saved that change I see what you are reporting. 

But to confuse things even more, when I edit the password again, to put it back the way it was, when I click save I did not see the issue. The page displayed correctly.   ?????

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.
Kudos0

Re: Another UI glitch

Haven't tried it but just changing the password and clicking save will replicate that bug. Thanks

Kudos0

Re: Another UI glitch

Any update on acknowledging this issue?

Kudos0

Re: Another UI glitch

I have brought this to Norton's attention. 

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.

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