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View saved passwords for the specyfic website

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To see saved passwords for the opened website one has to click "info" icon at the address bar, then "show connection details", and "more information". From the new window, one has to press "View saved passwords".

I would like to open saved passwords faster using an add-on or a shortcut. I have been looking for an add-on but couldn't find anything. Please help.

To see saved passwords for the opened website one has to click "info" icon at the address bar, then "show connection details", and "more information". From the new window, one has to press "View saved passwords". I would like to open saved passwords faster using an add-on or a shortcut. I have been looking for an add-on but couldn't find anything. Please help.

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There were such add-ons pre Quantum, but as for now? Go to the Mozilla Add-ons Web Page {web Link} (There’s a lot of good stuff here) and search for what you want.

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You can use a bookmark with the location set to this chrome URI to display the Password Manager

  • chrome://passwordmgr/content/passwordManager.xul
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Or you can open the Logins Manager via keyboard commands.

Hit the Alt key, then T, the O, then select Privacy & Security, scroll down a bit and open Saved Logins

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FredMcD said

There were such add-ons pre Quantum, but as for now? Go to the Mozilla Add-ons Web Page {web Link} (There’s a lot of good stuff here) and search for what you want.

I've spent a few hours looking for an add-on that can make this operation easier, but there is no results. Before Quantum there were useful add-ons but they do not work anymore with the new FF.

cor-el said

You can use a bookmark with the location set to this chrome URI to display the Password Manager
  • chrome://passwordmgr/content/passwordManager.xul

This is useful. Thank you. In addition, I would like to open it with an applied filter that shows passwords belongs to a domain in the active tab. Is there any posibility to manipulate this bookmark and mix with some Javascript that can add filter into the input?

the-edmeister said

Or you can open the Logins Manager via keyboard commands. Hit the Alt key, then T, the O, then select Privacy & Security, scroll down a bit and open Saved Logins

A bit faster, but still need so many clicks, which takes time.