Firefox Will Not Save Password For Gmail Login
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Firefox (and other browsers) are setup so that websites can request the "autocomplete" (password saving functionality) feature to be turned off. That means, when you visit their website, you won't (by default) be able to save a password because of a setting change.
Firefox does not remember my password even after I click remember password on all of the websites I visit. I recently installed a new computer and copied my old profile folder into the new firefox profile folder. I am using newest version of firefox. Also, all of the Gmail accounts are deleted when I associate different Gmail accounts to a list.
The Firefox Password Manager securely stores the usernames and passwords you use to access websites and then automatically fills them in for you the next time you visit. When you enter a username and password Firefox hasn't already stored for a website, Firefox's Remember Password prompt will ask if you want Firefox to remember them.
How to Save Passwords in Firefox. If you consistently sign into websites and hate to have to enter the password each time you sign into the website, try having Firefox save your password. This article should provide you these details.
Hi, I cannot seem to save login names or passwords in Firefox, version 18.104.22.168. OS is XP Pro It has got the save passwords box ticked and it has 2 sites in the list. Nothing has changed as far as I