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firefox 3.6.3 doesn't always ask if i want to save a password and doesn't recognize the passwords that were already implemented. Why? I have a Mac G5 desktop; not intel base

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I downloaded and installed firefox 3.6.3 on my mac g5. It asked if i wanted to replace the already existing firefox and I said yes. But when I've tried to go to several sites, whose passwords already existed firefox acted like it didn't know of the previous existence. Then when I did enter my user id and pw firefox never asked if I wanted to save it. Some of the sites do ask security questions when needed, but most don't.

This happened

Every time Firefox opened

== with the new version of firefox for mac, firefox 3.6.3

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cor-el, I thank you for your reply, but it was no help at all. It mostly talked about firefox 3.0.2 and 3.0.3 or 3.5 and I am using 3.6.3 on a mac. Also, it talked about surfing in privacy browsing, which I don't do. Any other ideas for resolution would be appreciated. And again thank you for trying.

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I've got the exact same problem. Firefox is ALWAYS saving usernames and passwords.. without ever asking me if I want to save the password or not.

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I couldn't find a way to resolve the problem through firefox. The saving or not saving passwords with or without asking was ridiculous. However, I did find a solution, a firefox add on called Last Pass. I've been using it now for a couple of weeks and love it. I only have to enter the main password for my Last Pass acct and from there any site I go to Last Pass captures my info, then asks if I want it saved. Give it a try it's really easy and does what it is supposed to do. It even gave me the option of disconnecting firefox's not so reliable password mgr.