Is there a way to get Firefox to "unremember me" on a certain site? Unfortunately the site is set up strangely, so the password doesn't appear in the right place.
I asked Firefox to remember me on a certain site. Unfortunately, that site requires a number to be input in between the name and the password. Firefox is putting the password where the number should be. Can I undo this?
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Yes - you can remove a saved password through the saved passwords dialog. To get there, go to Tools->Options, open the Privacy pane, and click Saved passwords...