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Will Saved Password Editor ever work again?

The Saved Password Editor (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/saved-password-editor/) was an excellent extension and highly useful extension, rendered inopera… (xem thêm)

The Saved Password Editor (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/saved-password-editor/) was an excellent extension and highly useful extension, rendered inoperative by Quantum. While some people may think that this extension is no longer needed because of the built-in editor (https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1186297) this is incorrect for a number of reasons:

  • Some website don't capture the login information and there is no way to manually enter the information: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1234322. Editing some json file is a ridiculous suggestion.
  • It annoying to navigate to the built-in editor and recently FF moved the "saved logins..." button down about:preferences#privacy so you now have to scroll in addition to clicking. Note: bookmarking chrome://passwordmgr/content/passwordManager.xul is handy, but doesn't solve the other problems.
  • The built-in editor does not allow editing the website URL or duplicating a login.
  • All of this make it impossible to use the built-in password editor to save things like PINs or answers to secret questions, all of which was very easy with the Saved Password Editor extension.

So will Firefox ever enable the Saved Password Editor to work again? The add-on page says that the extension needs a WebExtensions API. Will Firefox ever have one of those again? If the functionality was added into the build-in password manager, that would be good, too. Thank you.

Asked by mcramer 1 năm trước

Answered by jscher2000 1 năm trước

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How can I save passwords for AWS accounts sharing the same username?

As a software developer, I have access to several AWS accounts, and because I'm one person, I use the same username in these different accounts. The login form solicits A… (xem thêm)

As a software developer, I have access to several AWS accounts, and because I'm one person, I use the same username in these different accounts. The login form solicits Account ID, Username, and Password. I'd like to store in the Firefox password manager the credentials for multiple accounts that share the same username, but when I enter the account id, username, and password for a new account when the username matches on another account, I'm prompted to Update the password rather than Save it.

Unfortunately, Amazon doesn't give separate URLs for logging into the different accounts.

I think I've seen on some sites that Firefox can distinguish different accounts of the same username based on other fields in the form. In this case, I'd like the Account ID to distinguish different credentials.

Is what I desire possible? Is there a way to configure it without a software update?

Asked by Jason R. Coombs 1 năm trước

Last reply by Jason R. Coombs 1 năm trước