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AutocompleteAnywhere (Beta) rev9.1-signed.1-signed Sin reiniciar
This addon gives users the option to allow Firefox to remember their login information on forms which try to prevent this functionality. Just click the open padlock in your addons bar to allow Firefox to remember a particular form.
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This addon gives users their autocomplete rights back ;-)
Please use this addon responsibly and know that you are making a tradeoff of security for convenience. Using a master password for Firefox's saved passwords can mitigate some of the risks assosciated with using this addon.
Certain pesky websites try to enhace security by preventing users from allowing their browsers to remember their login credentials. While allowing Firefox to remember your passwords may not be a wise descision since anyone who has access to your machine will be able to recover your credentials, the decison to do this should be your own and not that of the websites you visit.
This software is Beta quailty software, if it causes you problems or does not work on a particular page let us know, shoot us an email at jon [dot] metzman [at] gmail [dot] com
Note that if one uses this addon on a page and then selects "Remember password", the password will still be remembered even if the addon is removed from Firefox.
Follow these steps if you no longer wish for Firefox to remember a certain password:
1. Select "Edit", "Prefrences"
2. Select "Security" (the one with the padlock)
3. Select "Saved Passwords..."
4. Select the password you wish Firefox to forget and then select "Remove".
This addon is licensed under version 3 of the GNU GPL or (at your option) any later version of this license. Its source code of is available for viewing, modification etc. at
Pull requests welcome.