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How can I remove the "Fill login" context menu entry?

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Firefox offers the option to "Fill login" through the context menu (see attached image) when ever in a login or password field. However I am using Bitwarden instead of the Firefox password manager and disabled saving passwords in Firefox. Is there a way to remove this "Fill login" action as it always just shows that no logins are saved?

Thanks, Mattias

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OK, I've found an inconvenient solution using userChrome.css. Follow this guide to set it up and then put this content inside it. (Make sure you enable the legacy stylesheet loading.)

#fill-login {
   display: none !important;

}

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I'm also in a similar situation! I've been searching and disabled anything to do with "autofill" or "password" in the about:config options and yet it still won't go away.

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Hello Mattias and mattmcoomber,

To disable this feature that came with the update to Firefox version 67.0 :

Type in the address bar about:config and press Enter (ignore the warning)

Type in the search bar and look for the preference :

signon.showAutoCompleteFooter

And set its value to false

Then close and restart Firefox.

That should do the trick .....

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Ausgewählte Lösung

OK, I've found an inconvenient solution using userChrome.css. Follow this guide to set it up and then put this content inside it. (Make sure you enable the legacy stylesheet loading.)

#fill-login {
   display: none !important;

}

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McCoy said

Hello Mattias and mattmcoomber, To disable this feature that came with the update to Firefox version 67.0 : Type in the address bar about:config and press Enter (ignore the warning) Type in the search bar and look for the preference : signon.showAutoCompleteFooter And set its value to false Then close and restart Firefox. That should do the trick .....

This still isn't disabling the context menu option for me - looks like the userChrome option is still better!

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Hi,

thanks for the replies. The showAutoCompleteFooter sadly doesnt work for me either, but the userChrome solution does. Only tiny problem with that is that it leaves a redundant separator in the menu :p

Geändert am von Mattias

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@ matmcoomber :

You're not talking about this feature (?) :

https://matthew.noorenberghe.com/blog/2019/05/password-manager-improvements-firefox-67

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Well, it looks like toggling the value of that preference doesn't work for either of you - apparantly I misconstrued your question(s).

Sorry ..... :(

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Mattias said

Hi, thanks for the replies. The showAutoCompleteFooter sadly doesnt work for me either, but the userChrome solution does. Only tiny problem with that is that it leaves a redundant separator in the menu :p

If you change it to

#fill-login-separator, #fill-login {
  display: none !important;

} it removes the separator too!

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mattmcoomber said

Mattias said
Hi, thanks for the replies. The showAutoCompleteFooter sadly doesnt work for me either, but the userChrome solution does. Only tiny problem with that is that it leaves a redundant separator in the menu :p

If you change it to

#fill-login-separator, #fill-login {
  display: none !important;

} it removes the separator too!

Awesome! Now the menu is nice and clean. Thanks! I wish this would be done by default when disabling the builtin password manager.

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In Firefox 76.0.1 this userChrome solution doesn't work.

Mattias said

mattmcoomber said
Mattias said
Hi, thanks for the replies. The showAutoCompleteFooter sadly doesnt work for me either, but the userChrome solution does. Only tiny problem with that is that it leaves a redundant separator in the menu :p

If you change it to

#fill-login-separator, #fill-login {
  display: none !important;

} it removes the separator too!

Awesome! Now the menu is nice and clean. Thanks! I wish this would be done by default when disabling the builtin password manager.

In Firefox 76.0.1 this userChrome solution doesn't work. Was the selector renamed?

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I think that this is code for the current Firefox releases.

#fill-login,
#fill-login-generated-password,
#fill-login-and-generated-password-separator {
 display:none !important;
}