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Hide / Disable saved logins Dropdown

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Hey guys,

is it possible to disable the "saved logins" dropdown, whenever a password/email field gets focus? (see image)

I've already disabled "Autofill logins and passwords", but that just disables not directly autofilling the field.

I want to disable this field, since I can still use saved logins via right click "use saved password", which i prefer.

Its no form field, i've already checked that + it occurs on all login pages.


The only options i've found where: "signon.showAutoCompleteOrigins" - hides from which website and "signon.showAutoCompleteFooter", which hides the lower part with "view saved logins"

Is there a way to disable this Dropdown completly, without loosing the auto save/ask to save new passwords?

Kind Regards


Firefox 104.0.1 (64-bit) - Fresh install (just imported logins)

Hey guys, is it possible to disable the "saved logins" dropdown, whenever a password/email field gets focus? (see image) I've already disabled "Autofill logins and passwords", but that just disables not directly autofilling the field. I want to disable this field, since I can still use saved logins via right click "use saved password", which i prefer. Its no form field, i've already checked that + it occurs on all login pages. The only options i've found where: "signon.showAutoCompleteOrigins" - hides from which website and "signon.showAutoCompleteFooter", which hides the lower part with "view saved logins" Is there a way to disable this Dropdown completly, without loosing the auto save/ask to save new passwords? Kind Regards Firefox 104.0.1 (64-bit) - Fresh install (just imported logins)
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If you want to use code in userChrome.css then use this code as your code isn't specific and affects all #PopupAutoComplete cases and there are more.

#PopupAutoComplete[resultstyles~="insecureWarning"] {
 display:none !important;
}
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The only way I know to disable that drop-down list and use "Use Saved Login/Password" is to disable the Password Manager and use "Create New Login" to save a new password.

  • Settings -> Privacy & Security -> Logins and Passwords -> [] "Ask to save Logins and Passwords for websites"

Note that if you use the Primary Password then you need to unlock the logins via about:logins or via the Device Manager (Certificates -> Security Devices -> Software Security Device).

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Okey could hide it via userChrome.css

"hashtag"PopupAutoComplete {

   display: none;

}

did the trick

ps: "hashtag" = # (couldn't write it, since it interprets it as list then)

Modified by Dschogo

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If you want to use code in userChrome.css then use this code as your code isn't specific and affects all #PopupAutoComplete cases and there are more.

#PopupAutoComplete[resultstyles~="insecureWarning"] {
 display:none !important;
}

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