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Old 07-18-2012, 05:22 PM   #1
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Default Nifty Firefox add-on

I was trying to get FF12 to save a password for a site and Firefox would never ask me if I wanted to save the password so I went looking for an add-on and found "Saved Password Editor" which allows you to semi-automatically and/or manually add a password to Firefox's password database.

It's really rather nifty in that you can right-click a site's userid/password field, choose an option (save, edit, delete password info) and it adds a new menu command to Firefox's password window which allows you to add/edit/mod an entry...

It also works in Firefox 3 (3.6.27) too...'-}}

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