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Firefox 28.0 / Yosemite : : : edit saved passwords

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specifically add new saved password information - i have multiple Google accounts and all are cached and showing up as choices when i click in the first "enter your email" field to log in to google followed by my saved, encrypted associated passwords. except for one Google account. i'd either like to "trick" Firefox into remembering this account online, or add that info to the saved passwords within my Firefox identity

thanks so much ;O

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Why the old Firefox 28 version? Almost 2 years old and missing dozens of security patches which are in later versions.

Until very recently Firefox never allowed the user to edit a Saved Password or manually add a Username / Password to the Password Manager. An extension such as this was needed - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/saved-password-editor/

You can get an older version of that extension here - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/saved-password-editor/versions/ - which is compatible with Firefox 28. Looks like Version 2.7.3.1 would be the one to install for Firefox 28.

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Why the old Firefox 28 version? Almost 2 years old and missing dozens of security patches which are in later versions.

Until very recently Firefox never allowed the user to edit a Saved Password or manually add a Username / Password to the Password Manager. An extension such as this was needed - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/saved-password-editor/

You can get an older version of that extension here - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/saved-password-editor/versions/ - which is compatible with Firefox 28. Looks like Version 2.7.3.1 would be the one to install for Firefox 28.

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Note that in the current release you can edit already stored passwords with a double-click on the password field, but you can't add (store) a new password without using the above mentioned saved-password-editor extension.


If there a problem with updating or with the permissions then best is to download the full version and trash the currently installed Firefox application to do a clean reinstall.

Download a new copy of the Firefox application and save the Disk Image file to the desktop

Your personal data like bookmarks is stored in the Firefox profile folder, so you won't lose personal data when you uninstall and reinstall or update Firefox, but make sure NOT to remove personal data when you uninstall Firefox as that will remove all Firefox profile folders and you lose your personal data.

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thank you so much, Edmeister! just what i was looking for, and thanks for the fast response. I run 28.0 mostly because I've been tricking out and customizing Firefox for MANY years and i've got it just where i want it - if i find that i'm missing some functionality here and there, i'll just browse on the latest versions of Safari or Chrome. Although it's not Mozilla's fault or responsibility that 3rd part customizations/extensions aren't updated with the browser, it's an issue for me. The version subsequent to the one i'm running also fiddled with the infrastructure too much - the inability to have the tab bar under the address bar as it had ALWAYS been was unacceptable (i believe that can be accomplished with an add on now)...tabs on TOP? NO NO - what were they thinking? I hate updates like that, when the developer expects the long time user to radically change their usage as if it's no big deal. But particularly heinous was the aggressive auto updating that would occur regularly until figured out how to turn it off in the preferences - 3 or 4 times i had to scuffle to find a version of 28 and try to recreate my set up from backups. GRRRRR. The freedom to customize/personalize Firefox is what sets it apart in the browser-sphere, and i attend to my cyber security in many ways so that's not an issue - as well, the iteration i'm running is virtually impervious to injection type adware where Safari and Chrome often become riddled with it. I know i'll like have to bite the bullet and upgrade SOMEDAY but until then - i'm good. Also, as a digital developer/designer, i'm just generally wary of upgrades until i've done some testing of my own - I generally am about 6 months to a year or more on major Mac OS updates. And thanks for tip on add-on versions - that's going in my vault. cheers ;O

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You can look at the Classic Theme Restorer extension to customize the appearance and restore features used in older Firefox versions.

  • You can check out the settings of the CTR extension via its Options/Preferences button on the "Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Extensions" page.
  • You can find extra toolbar buttons and more toolbar settings in Customize (3-bar Firefox menu button > Customize)
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cor-el - thanks for the link to Classic Theme Restorer...when i update Firefox, i'm sure this will make it easier ;o