Yes, I have the middle and the bottom box checked. And if I go in to Edit them, all I see are a listing of websites that I have visited, and I have a choice of whether to remove them individually or remove them all. There used to be a way to edit what got filled in to each kind of box.
Now, if a form needs filling out, each entry will autofill, after I acknowledge that this is OK for each step. It is more work with each acknowledgement, than it is to just type it out.
It used to auto the whole form without requiring acceptance, after you started on the first word.
I have two sets of addresses- one for home, and one for business. At some point, I may have consolidated both entries in Address Book, so I just created separate cards for Home and Office for myself. I will see if that helps.
Ahah! I was confused there and thought you were complaining about password/login fields not working right with auto-fill.
If your next step doesn't work, post me screen shots of what you're seeing that shouldn't be that way.
Well, that did not fix it. Autofill is only looking at the one Address Book listing, which I have made my business listing. It used to be that once I typed in an entry that was distinct to my home information, like my house number and street, which would trigger it filling in everything relating to home rather than work.
In one of the Safari updates last year, Autofill changed materially, and stopped working the way that it used to.
This has annoyed me since I got my first Mac a year ago. I've tried setting the contact as me, but it still doesn't work properly.
I fixed it by going to Chrome (reluctantly). It works like browsers used to, it's faster than Safari and it renders all websites correctly, not just most of them. I'm not affiliated, the Chrome tooltip popups are very, very, very, very, very, very annoying but not as annoying as having to type my full email address every time I log into sites I visit on a regular basis.