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How to save password without confirmation and hidden email + password in each field ?

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How to save any login (ex:email and password) in mozilla (any version but recommend for vers. 16.0.1) without confirmation and after log out, we can't see the email and password save (email and password field still blank) ??? Thank you so much who help me for this question

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Hello juanlie,

go from Firefox button (or Tools menu if you have the classic menu enabled) > Options > Privacy panel > History session > Firefox will > Use custom settings for history > CHECK Remember search and form history [V]

then as above Options > Security panel > Passwords session > CHECK Remember passwords for sites [V]

Settings for privacy, browsing history and do-not-track

Security and passwords settings


thank you

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Dear ideato the 'Top 25 Contributor',

Thank you very much regarding your answer but it need any confirmation to saving password. example: I login in any site and fill email and password field. Its save my password but no need any confirmation to save (its autosave machine). After log out, the email and password field will still blank (user no see the email and hidden password like ******). How to setting it? Please help. Thank you so much.

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Hello, did you try to set the above parameters in my first reply ?

Be sure you are NOT in Private Browsing .

can you see the passowords in Password Manager ?

If you can not see any passwords in Password Manager window (Show Passwords) then your passwords are probably lost, then delete the key3.db and delete or rename the signons.sqlite file and all signons#.txt files (e.g. signons3.txt and signons2.txt) in the Profile folder - Firefox and check it again.


thanks again

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You will always have to confirm if you want Firefox to store a new name and password, you can't do that automatically as that would be a security risk. Imagine that such a feature would be enabled on a public computer.

Maybe look at another (external) password manager if the build-in Firefox Password Manager don't satisfy your needs.