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Firefox updated today and the saved address section under Privacy & Security is missing.

Firefox updated today and the saved address section under Privacy & Security is missing.

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Thank you for your persistence. Address autofill, like Firefox Screenshots, is a bundled official add-on rather than a built-in feature. Possibly there was some issue getting the add-on up and running with Firefox 66 on the first few tries, but hopefully it will be fine going forward.

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jscher2000
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If you scroll down further on the Privacy & Security panel, hopefully you'll find a new section headed Forms & Autofill with that setting. Does it appear on yours?

If you scroll down further on the '''Privacy & Security''' panel, hopefully you'll find a new section headed '''Forms & Autofill''' with that setting. Does it appear on yours?
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It is there now, thanks. Took four restarts before it reappeared.

It is there now, thanks. Took four restarts before it reappeared.
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jscher2000
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Thank you for your persistence. Address autofill, like Firefox Screenshots, is a bundled official add-on rather than a built-in feature. Possibly there was some issue getting the add-on up and running with Firefox 66 on the first few tries, but hopefully it will be fine going forward.

Thank you for your persistence. Address autofill, like Firefox Screenshots, is a bundled official add-on rather than a built-in feature. Possibly there was some issue getting the add-on up and running with Firefox 66 on the first few tries, but hopefully it will be fine going forward.
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