Ah, I actually missed the mail where you said it didn't seem to work under windows.
According to the userscript docs, there are some caveats when running userscripts on windows, which looks like it might be impossible to run python userscripts currently (it says only com, bat, or exe are supported on windows). I haven't tried running them on windows though, so I cannot comment on that: https://github.com/qutebrowser/qutebrowser/blob/master/doc/userscripts.asciidoc I don't think that there are too many os-specific things in the userscript itself (assuming you can get it to run at all). I personally don't have any access to windows machines, so I can't work on that at all, but if you are willing to find specific issues in the script, I'd be happy to try to resolve them. My guesses for incompatibility (in the script) are pykeepass not working (the library that the script is using), lack of dmenu-compatible applications on windows, and possible difficulty accessing PyQt5 on windows. Jay Kamat writes: > Hi Marco, > > To add to Ryan's E-Mail, the userscript is made to fill passwords for the > current URL. It searches the Keepass DB for urls which are similar to the one > being browsed currently and displays them through dmenu. Once an entry is > selected, it attempts to fill in the username and password if those fields are > filled out. > >> I'd like to use Keepass with Qutebrowser for autocompletion or simply for >> consulting, how can I do? > > I'm not sure how keepass could be used for autocompletion or consulting (I > don't know what those mean, sorry)! > > For simple password filling though, the userscript should fullfill your needs. > Let me know if you have any issues with the userscript, and I can try to get > those resolved. > > -Jay > > Ryan Roden-Corrent writes: > >> Hi Marco, >> >> I'm not a keepass user, but someone contributed a keepass userscript: >> >> https://github.com/qutebrowser/qutebrowser/blob/master/misc/userscripts/qute-keepass >> >> There are usage instructions at the top of the file. >> Note the warning in the usage instructions: plaintext passwords will be >> viewable in the qutebrowser log. This should be resolved by >> https://github.com/qutebrowser/qutebrowser/issues/938. >> >> -Ryan >> >> On Sat 06/30/18 12:00PM, Marco Bianchi wrote: >>> Hi, >>> I'm really sorry to ask something already answered but I couldn't find any >>> information about it (how can I search in the mailing list history?). >>> I'd like to use Keepass with Qutebrowser for autocompletion or simply for >>> consulting, how can I do? >>> >>> Thank you very much >>> best regards, >>> Marco