Cannot click Safari's auto-fill control in the password box when editing accounts

When I try to edit the password on a financial institution account currently linked to me in Mint, since I rely on my password manager, I must click in the password box, click on the 'key' icon in the right-hand side of the box, and select 'other passwords' to fill that in. 

However, Mint places an HTML element there - a label element with the class 'passwordToggle' - which intercepts my click. This removes focus from the password field, causing the autofill icon to go away. 

I would like to suggest that Mint place the 'show password/hide password' toggle to the right of the Password input, to prevent this conflict. 

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