Custom Fields are used for enhancing the efficiency of data storage. Each item can have an unlimited number of Custom Fields. For example, you have a password to your mailbox. The Login, Password and other fields are filled with the corresponding values. In this case you can use Custom Fields to store addresses of incoming and outgoing mail servers, as well as their ports.
Another example is storing information about an Internet connection, when you specify all proxy servers in the Custom Fields for example.
Custom Fields are available for passwords, credit cards and files. You can edit Custom Fields only when you are editing the properties of an item.
Adding a field
Open the properties of an item (a password, a credit card or a file), and switch to the Advanced tab. To add a field, click the (Add new custom field) button or double-click the empty space in the list. The Field dialog box will appear. Edit the field properties and click OK.
Note: You cannot add Custom Fields in the Preview mode.
Removing a field
Open the properties of an item (a password, a credit card or a file), and switch to the Advanced tab.
To remove a Custom Field you should select it in the list and click the (Remove Custom Field) button on the toolbar above the list. The field will be removed.
Note: You cannot remove Custom Fields in the Preview mode.
Editing a field
To edit a field, either select it in the list and click the (Edit Custom Field) button on the toolbar above the list or double-click the field.
The Field dialog box will appear (see the Field dialog box).
Field dialog box
The Field dialog box is a dialog box with two input fields.
Use the Property field to select a name for the field from the list or type your own one. It will be displayed in bold type in the left column of the Custom Fields list. Use the Value field to enter the value you want to store in the field. If you want the value to be hidden (with asterisks shown instead of actual characters), select the Mask the Value check box.
You can use any kind of text information as the name of a field and its value.