I've searched for answers but this seems to be a bit different than those who have asked relevant questions regarding the passwords being saved by those who have none sav… (read more)
I've searched for answers but this seems to be a bit different than those who have asked relevant questions regarding the passwords being saved by those who have none saved at all. I do have sites with passwords saved in Firefox, but I get the annoying repeated prompt asking if I want to save passwords for sites I do not never want saved. These sites are almost all financial and when I logon to them as Firefox asks if I want to save the password/username, and I always choose "Never". Now I think when I choose "never" (for that particular site) that I will not get prompted again, but Firefox prompts the same request over and over again for the same sites I visit regularly.
I recently switched back to Firefox after using Chrome for a few years as it was faster, but it has become slower loading web pages and is just too big. But I have never had a problem with Chrome asking again to save passwords once I chose "Never" to save. Firefox isn't keeping an internal never ask list on its own as I look at the exceptions and nothing is listed. If it's something I have to add manually, then why have Firefox give me the choice of "Never" to save passwords for ***** sites when I logon to them?