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I've written a very simple macro to generate complex passwords of varying lengths and styles, from 9-character memorable passwords to 33-character randoms, and a few different lengths in-between. It's simple but I use it 10x per week and sometimes multiple times per day.
It's based on the utility
sf-pwgen which can be installed via the
brew package manager by pasting
brew install sf-pwgen in your terminal.
sf-pwgen has some very basic options to tailor the length and type of password.
Once installed, simply assign a trigger and you're good to go. (Or customize my code for more or different variety.)
The nifty part is that the
Display System Clipboard action produces a window with which you can interact. So I hit my keystroke, select the password I want, copy/escape and the window disappears. Then paste your PW where you will.
An example output…
Hope you find it useful.