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How to get rid of the question "Are sure you wish to show your passwords?"?

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Please, no body is ret**d enough to not know what he's doing in such pity case. I heard a legend there is about:config setting to get rid of that question.

Security should never think for the user. It should give option atleast like ("NEVER AGAIN"). Bad thing is that security treats every user as bunch of id**ts.

PS: I was seeking the support by Google search engine so I'm sure there was no solution for that.

Thanks for your support.

Please, no body is ret**d enough to not know what he's doing in such pity case. I heard a legend there is about:config setting to get rid of that question. Security should never think for the user. It should give option atleast like ("NEVER AGAIN"). Bad thing is that security treats every user as bunch of id**ts. PS: I was seeking the support by Google search engine so I'm sure there was no solution for that. Thanks for your support.

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jscher2000
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Where do you see this? Is it when you go to the Options page, click Saved Logins, then click Show Passwords?

I have a master password set up to protect logins, so I get a Master Password prompt when I click that button, and therefore I can't tell whether that alternate message appears when you don't use that feature. Use a Master Password to protect stored logins and passwords

Where do you see this? Is it when you go to the Options page, click Saved Logins, then click Show Passwords? ''I have a master password set up to protect logins, so I get a Master Password prompt when I click that button, and therefore I can't tell whether that alternate message appears when you don't use that feature.'' [[Use a Master Password to protect stored logins and passwords]]