In the initial logon screen, your last connection to the database is displayed (which is good). If you want logon to another instance, you have to type in the complete instance name (or use the dropdown and then start typing), and then you have to type in a portion of the username.
Two suggestions here:
For the database instance, have the name autocomplete as you type (without having to click on the drop-down).
After the instance is selected, go to the first saved username for that instance (or the last username used for that instance). The problem is that the username stays as it was for the other instance, and then you have to retype most of the username.
For instance, I have two instances - production & test, with one username for each - user_prod and user_test. I go into SQLNav and login to test with user_test, and then close SQLNav. Then I open SQLNav back up and want to go to production. I have to type in the whole word “production”, and after I tab to username, the username is still user_test. There isn’t even a user called user_test in production. Then I have to type in “user_p” before the correct user is displayed.
I know it’s not a whole lot of typing, but I open and close SQLNav and get into different instances all the time and I have to do this each time. I go in as the same user for each instance, and it would be easier if it would recall the username once the instance is selected.
Kind of a long-winded explaination, I hope you can understand it.