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Is there a feature or way to use regex or wildcards to blacklist sites from asking to save login credentials?

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When developing/testing web applications I find it a nuisance to be constantly asked to save login credentials for locally hosted web applications.

What I've done so far... Preferences -> Privacy & Security -> Logins & Passwords -> Exceptions Then I've added my localhost addresses I use, but it seems there is no way to use wild cards or regex... for EXAMPLE:

http://localhost:*

If this is not a feature, I would humbly suggest it as I feel that it would give a good number of users added control over their browsing experience without having to shut off features entirely.

When developing/testing web applications I find it a nuisance to be constantly asked to save login credentials for locally hosted web applications. What I've done so far... Preferences -> Privacy & Security -> Logins & Passwords -> Exceptions Then I've added my localhost addresses I use, but it seems there is no way to use wild cards or regex... for EXAMPLE: http://localhost:* If this is not a feature, I would humbly suggest it as I feel that it would give a good number of users added control over their browsing experience without having to shut off features entirely.
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