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Brendan Abolivier 3 years ago
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 Pass will then print out the corresponding password, along with its metadata (if it has any) in the terminal. If you don't want the password to be printed out, but rather to be copied to your clipboard, just append `-c` before the `PASSWORD-NAME`, just like `pass generate` (and just like `pass generate`, it will clear the clipboard after 45 seconds (again, this delay can be overriden using the `PASSWORD_STORE_CLIP_TIME` environment variable)).
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-You might also prefer not having to fire a terminal and type a command line in order to get a password you'll then copy to the website. In that case, you might be interested in using one of the few browser extensions available, such as [PassFF for Firefox](https://github.com/jvenant/passff#readme) or [Browserpass for Chrome](https://github.com/browserpass/browserpass#readme), which you can use to automatically fill in login forms using passwords from your store and their metadata. For what it's worth, I've been using PassFF for quite a while now, and it works pretty well.
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+You might also prefer not having to fire a terminal and type a command line in order to get a password you'll then copy to the website. In that case, you might be interested in using one of the few browser extensions available, such as [passwe for Firefox](https://gitlab.petton.fr/passwe/passwe-addon), [PassFF for Firefox](https://github.com/jvenant/passff#readme) or [Browserpass for Chrome](https://github.com/browserpass/browserpass#readme), which you can use to automatically fill in login forms using passwords from your store and their metadata. For what it's worth, I've been using PassFF for quite a while now, and it works pretty well.
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 ## Synchronising passwords
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