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Norton Password Manager requires two sign-ins with private browsing

I recently acquired a new computer and downloaded a fresh version of Firefox, which I set up to start in Private Browsing mode. I also installed Norton 360 as my virus a… (tuilleadh eolais)

I recently acquired a new computer and downloaded a fresh version of Firefox, which I set up to start in Private Browsing mode. I also installed Norton 360 as my virus and firewall service, which is slightly different from the Norton Internet Security I was using on the old computer. I installed the Norton extension for its password manager on Firefox. On the old computer, I became accustomed to signing in to the password manager every time I restarted Firefox, but now I have to first sign in to my Norton account before I can even see the password manager sign-in page. I suspect that I haven't managed the exceptions for cookies, etc. properly, but a long chat with Norton support didn't succeed in getting rid of the double sign-in problem. Anybody know how to fix this problem or what I should try? I already made exceptions for what the Norton guy told me were the web addresses for the manager and the account.

Asked by Tinwoodman 2 mhí ó shin

Last reply by Tinwoodman 2 mhí ó shin

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Password manager doesn't insert PWDs with doubleclick, but only with <enter> key

My Password manager in Firefox (ESR, Windows 10 Pro, 64bit) worked fine for years, but since some weeks I can't insert Passwords in login forms with doubleclick any more.… (tuilleadh eolais)

My Password manager in Firefox (ESR, Windows 10 Pro, 64bit) worked fine for years, but since some weeks I can't insert Passwords in login forms with doubleclick any more. I have to press the <enter> key twice instead of doubleclick the username and click once on "submit". Now once I press <enter> to choose the user name and once to send the form to the server.

It's only a little difference, but very inconvenient when your working 8 hours with many logins.

Asked by Bauinformatiker 8 mí ó shin

Answered by FredMcD 8 mí ó shin

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My laptop knows my Firefox password, and opens it fine, but I can't remember it and can't figure out how to sync a new phone without losing my bookmarks, etc.

Somehow, my computer knows my Firefox password. But it has been so long since I've needed to know it, I've forgotten it. Firefox was synced to my phone. My phone died and… (tuilleadh eolais)

Somehow, my computer knows my Firefox password. But it has been so long since I've needed to know it, I've forgotten it. Firefox was synced to my phone. My phone died and I have a new one. (Actually, I just installed a new custom rom on my rooted phone). How do I sync it without knowing my password? Or how can I get my laptop to tell me the password for Firefox that it clearly knows? I'd rather not lose my bookmarks and numerous account passwords.

Asked by naturedoctor 10 mí ó shin

Last reply by naturedoctor 10 mí ó shin

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can't save my username and password

Greeting, I want to save my username and password But the firefox browser didn't ask me.I click on option=>privacy & security,ask to save login and pass option is … (tuilleadh eolais)

Greeting, I want to save my username and password But the firefox browser didn't ask me.I click on option=>privacy & security,ask to save login and pass option is checked. help solve my problem,please. sincerely exp: https://pranatrader.ir/login

Asked by asakhaei871 11 mí ó shin

Last reply by McCoy 11 mí ó shin

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logins will not delete

Hello. I have a list of logins when I go to AOL and I want to clear some out out. I am on Windows 10. As per the instructions I have found at this site, I try right click… (tuilleadh eolais)

Hello. I have a list of logins when I go to AOL and I want to clear some out out. I am on Windows 10. As per the instructions I have found at this site, I try right clicking, seeing the drop down list of logins, highlight the one I want to delete, and hit DELETE. But the login is still there. I even tried clearing cache/cookies. But no luck. What am i doing wrong?

Asked by MEFlyingV 11 mí ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 11 mí ó shin

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Turn off prompt Saved password "View Saved Login" & Yellow background !!!

Did Firefox 67 create this issue. When Asked to login to a website with SAVED PASSWORD......... Now appears an item to view Saved Login.......... Which list all sites an… (tuilleadh eolais)

Did Firefox 67 create this issue. When Asked to login to a website with SAVED PASSWORD......... Now appears an item to view Saved Login.......... Which list all sites and Usernames & Passwords............That firefox ever collected.

Also when dis the yellow background for the Login Field get initiated............

HOW TO REMOVE THIS SO CALLED FEATURE .............. NOT REALLY WANTED ............ The FIREFOX OPTION in see SAVED Passord information was good enough!!!

Asked by VICLOEWEN 1 bhliain ó shin

Answered by philipp 1 bhliain ó shin

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automatic login

on sites like facebook or other sites that I have to log in with password Firefox no longer will login automaticly it shows password but I have to login manually. has be… (tuilleadh eolais)

on sites like facebook or other sites that I have to log in with password Firefox no longer will login automaticly it shows password but I have to login manually. has been doing this for the past month. I have tried restarting in safe mode but it does not help.

Asked by tcbmike 1 bhliain ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 1 bhliain ó shin

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Firefox does not ask you to save your login and password.

In site: https://mbok.pgnig.pl/ Firefox not option save login and password. Not option for save. This is bug Firefox? … (tuilleadh eolais)

In site: https://mbok.pgnig.pl/ Firefox not option save login and password. Not option for save. This is bug Firefox?

Asked by boruts 1 bhliain ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 1 bhliain ó shin

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Firefox (linux-Ubuntu) will not automatically fill in login username (but does fill in password) on website "safeway.com" login page - why?

I only have this problem with safeway.com. Firefox will not save the username (email address) for my login there. It does save my password, but I always have to manually … (tuilleadh eolais)

I only have this problem with safeway.com. Firefox will not save the username (email address) for my login there. It does save my password, but I always have to manually enter the username.

Recently I tried manually editing the saved passwords (under "Preferences") - the username was blank for the safeway.com entry, so I put it in. This had no effect and the username field still is not filled in for that site.

Does anyone else have this problem with the login page on Safeway.com? I am using Firefox 63.0.3 (64-bit) for Ubuntu, but this problem has been present for at least a couple of years.

Asked by squishua 1 bhliain ó shin

Last reply by islander1 1 bhliain ó shin

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How do I prevent Password Manager from stealing focus?

I use multiple tabs, and frequently load a bunch of tabs at once from bookmarks. If I'm in a fresh session (that is, I've actually _paid attention to basic security proce… (tuilleadh eolais)

I use multiple tabs, and frequently load a bunch of tabs at once from bookmarks. If I'm in a fresh session (that is, I've actually _paid attention to basic security procedures_) and one of those tabs has a login possibility, Password Manager pops up in the foreground... even when not focused on that tab.

Do. Not. Want.

Password Manager SHOULD NOT either pop up or steal focus until I'm actually on a tab for which it has relevance. If that means jumping through six other tabs before reaching it, that's the way it should work. If that means taking a second or two of extra time when I reach that tab, that's the way it should work.

Is there (I hope!) an about:config setting I can change that won't simultaneously kill off Password Manager entirely?

For completeness: Windows 10 Firefox 63.0.3 (although this has been a problem for quite some time, back into the 30s)

PS This appears to be a consequence of the relentless, umm, focus on single-tab smartphone users as the default. That's not me.

Asked by Jaws 1 bhliain ó shin

Last reply by cor-el 1 bhliain ó shin

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How did my webroot password manager end up declared as a legacy extension?

I just logged onto firefox a little while ago and it claims my Webroot password manager is considered a legacy extension now, when it did not claim so last night. When an… (tuilleadh eolais)

I just logged onto firefox a little while ago and it claims my Webroot password manager is considered a legacy extension now, when it did not claim so last night. When and why did this happen, and how can it be fixed? Firefox thankfully does not consider the webroot filtering extension as a legacy or I'd be very upset. I got randomly bounced up to version 61 of firefox last night and I've decided— for now— to stick with it since it seems just the same as version 58, which I was using prior. But this is still an odd development to say the least. Can anyone help?

Asked by Marc7 1 bhliain ó shin

Last reply by RCBSR 1 bhliain ó shin