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|Benutzer seit||July 2, 2010|
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Very very useful product.
Many thanks to the developer for updating to v3.23 to work with Firefox 31.
The developer has provided this link to v3.23:
Many thanks to the developer of this addon. It is very useful and stable. I use this regularly.
One suggestion, two questions:
1. Sometimes the 'save all fields as profile' does not save the password field. Have others reported this? Environment is Mavericks and the latest release rev of Firefox 30.
2. Please specify the location where the data is stored in Macs. Can't find a windows localstorage in my profile. There is a localstorage.rdf, but the Autoformer data is not there.
3. Please consider providing a way to export the data stored - like we can export from the Firefox saved passwords (using an addon).
Many thanks to the developer.
Being some what particular about which web site stores cookies on my computer / device and for how long - I have an exception list that is perhaps at least a 150+ long. (Haven't really counted). Being a user of Camino, an older Mac only browser, I was quite used to being able to search through the cookies exception list. I found it surprising that the Mozilla dev team / product team hadn't thought of this simple functionality that was already there in older browsers. The advantage of smaller dev teams, perhaps.
This CookieExFilter is the most elegant and efficient addon to do the job of searching through the cookie exception list. Allows you to fine tune the privacy settings.
The only thing that could make this better is if the search functionality was built in right into the 'Address of website' bar instead of having another 'Search' bar. It could be simple enough to search through a SQLite db from the input bar itself.
Many thanks to the developer again.
Allowing Firefox's PM access to the all of the keychain can be considered a security weakness.
Like in Camino (or Entourage), I was hoping / wishing, that Firefox would only be allowed to look up ONLY the password required, but not bring ALL keychain passwords to their password manager. This would be better and a closer integration with OS X.
Dont know if Firefox's PM allows dynamic lookup hooks like this.
Pls look into this when possible.
Clarification from the developer, Julian, about my question on the integration.
Firefox dev. team - could you look into this pls.
Thanks to Julian for a quick response.
Hi, you posted a review of the Keychain Services Integration
extension. The Mozilla Add-ons site seems to be broken such that I
can't reply to your review there.
The integration *is* dynamic. You may have been confused because
Firefox uses the new password database for *all* actions including
listing the passwords in the "Show all passwords" section of the
preferences dialog. With this extension loaded, those are the
passwords from the keychain, not from your Firefox database. Firefox
has an abstraction that allows you to implement different storage
backends for passwords and the extension simply provides an
implementation that stores and retrieves to/from the Keychain. I'd
love it if Firefox allowed you to select multiple backends
simultaneously so you could see what was in both, but unfortunately it
only allows one to be used at a time.
I wonder if you could remove or update your comments... they are
confusing for people browsing the site who may think that the
integration is not dynamic.
this just copies all the key chain passwords to firefox pm.
seems less secure and not optimal.
is an integration - dynamic lookup and update not possible?
thanks for your efforts and consideration.
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