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The webpage is automatically enlarged when you enter the password

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(The following is translated by Google Translate) I am an Android user. In the web page, click the password input box, the web page will automatically enlarge and automatically move the password input box to the center of the screen. Firstly, I do not like this design. Secondly, there are some problems with the automatic enlargement of the web page, for example, the web page will be fixed after enlargement and cannot be narrow, then,the page automatically enlarge, causing 1Password's floating window to misplace,(1password is a password manager),When you click the password input box,1password's floating window will appear,However, at this time, the web page of Firefox will automatically enlarge when entering the password,and automatically center the password box,but the floating window of 1password won't move, and it remains in place,and then there was a problem. In addition to these two problems, there is another small problem,All in all, I don't like this design, not only because I don't like it, but also because it has many problems.Therefore,I hope that we can turn off the automatic enlargement of the webpage, turn off automatic center the password box on the screen

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When you select one of those options from the password manager, are the username and password fields completed for you?

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Seburo

Hi When you select one of those options from the password manager, are the username and password fields completed for you?

Yes, the password manager filled it for me after I chose one,However, I want you to know that when I click the password box, Firefox wants me to have a better experience when I enter my password, the webpage will be automatically enlarged, this may cause the webpage to be unable to be shrunk manually by me. Then, when I click the password box,(same time the keyboard will come out),FirefoxHe will move the webpage so that the password box is in the middle of the screen.But the second problem appeared. I clicked the password box, and the password manager come out, but at this time, Firefox moved the webpage to make the password box in the middle of the screen. it moved!!!!!!!! The web page has been moved, but the password manager will not move, As my picture shows,The password manager deviates from the password box on the webpage.The floating window of the password manager should be close to the bottom of the password box.But now that the webpage has been moved by Firefox, the password box has also moved.They deviated from each other.

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Once you have selected the credentials and the two boxes are filled and then after you log in - does the page return to the normal size?

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Seburo

Once you have selected the credentials and the two boxes are filled and then after you log in - does the page return to the normal size?

When I choose my credentials, the webpage can't become normal at this time, but when I click the "login button", the webpage has been refreshed and changed to another webpage, and it becomes normal. I just wish I could, turn off the webpage- -move(enlarge)- automatically.I really don't like this design.If you don't want to provide this switch, I hope that when I click the password box, firefox can quickly move the password box to the center of the screen instead of slowly moving it,If it is moving fast, when the password manager appears, the password manager and the password box will not deviate.

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I believe that what you are seeing is by designed to make it easier for suers to manually complete those fields. I am not aware of any intention to change this at the present time.

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