Great at what it does Rated 4 out of 5 stars
I really like this addon, it makes the fox less annoying.
I would like to know if it will be made e10s compatible ?
(I am not a member of google groups so can not ask on there)
Perfect and simple Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Thank you. Working perfect.
Nice Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Autofill add-ons is very nice and it easy to use
Does an excellent job! Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Does an excellent job!
Al last! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I was so tired of the "auto" fill that requires you to click or do something in order to "auto" fill something, this one does it really "auto"!!!!
It's great! Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Took a little bit of work to understand what it offers but only because it offers so much!
Users probably need to be at "power user" level but stick with it - this add-on is really worth it especially for the advanced features!
Nice job! Keep up the good work!
P.S. a version for Thunderbird / Thunderbrowse would be a great help!
the best auto fill out there Rated 5 out of 5 stars
once you know how to use it you will love it ....its touch free fill ....never used smthng this good
bug Rated 5 out of 5 stars
when site filter has * character the rest of the list will not work, this is bug.This user has 2 previous reviews of this add-on.
very tedious setup but works brilliantly Rated 4 out of 5 stars
****I suffered the horrific indignity of taking all fucking day to register w/ Mozilla so I could write a review in this programmer's defense.
WHY?..is there an arms race between Verizon email sign-in and Firefox? As of 2015: The remember password feature in FF can not kick in when signing in to Verizon email. Meanwhile, Verizon re-wrote their email sign-in in way whose stupidity approaches infinity. (2015) 3-4 pages of sign-in with even an incredibly moronic "picture password" (If you're visually impaired, Verizon discriminates) Verizon also discriminates against Firefox by refusing to test their code on Firefox, requiring Firefox users to log in to their email with long repeated hand typed entries dozens of times a day. Wastes hours a week. Summary of problem: Firefox can remember anybody's web based email sign-ins EXCEPT Verizon's. Verizon's "keep me signed in" doesn't work for FF users who choose to delete cookies when closing browser. Verizon's tech support solution- let Verizon decide your choice of browsers and your choice of cookies settings!! Outrageous! For defending Firefox users, Verizon kicked me off their forums!
Autofill has finally ended my misery. However, it took much labor. The programmer is obviously very smart. But there are no usable instructions. First, it is accessed by right clicking for a context menu. Most importantly, you must then position your cursor ON THE FIELD YOU WANT TO FILL before right-clicking to bring up Auotfill. Of additional concern is, you must read the page source code to find any "field names" the ;wizard' can't find, and use what you learn to manually fill out the options table. If you struggle very hard, you will even find the vitally important 'click' function names so you can automate the "clicking" on "buttons".
So the Autofill works wonderfully and correctly, but you have to work your cursor in a very particular way, and you have to go into your source code to get everything to work! So you have to have a strong stomach! This being said, it HAS solved my problems. It "Autofilled" the shortcomings of both Verizon and Firefox, neither of which should exist but they do.
"ADDED ON" edits: Thanks for the link, rasul-It's worth noting that FF's add-ons search never finds the add-ons that you might find using google.
Thanks thdoan (Developer). My experience is consistent with what I wrote. I should have added this detail: The menu comes up anywhere you right-click. HOWEVER, ONLY clicking on the field works on some fields, including the username on Verizon email, and what's more, the dialog is actually different if you don't click on the field. R-click ON field, dialog says 'fill in blue area' and it works. R-click OFF the field and the dialog does NOT mention the blue highlight, and the rule saving is intermittent. The only way to see this from my experience is to find someone with the terrible misfortune of having Verizon email and to try to automate it. They made my life miserable, and once I finally figured out the specific set-up, Autofill saved me endless grief.
Thanks for putting in the effort to write a review. Note that you do not have to click on the field to bring up the wizard. If you right-click anywhere on the page, you will be able to generate autofill rules for all the fields on the page. You can see the wizard in action here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_50PjfRqUE
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Sucks big time. I now see what people mean by it doesn't save the rule. Also seems like you have to try and find the value of the field name to put in. So un user friendly I can't believe this is even an add on.
As Clear as Mud! Rated 2 out of 5 stars
I downloaded Autofill for Firefox and at this point have no idea where to find it to fill out forms, etc. And believe me I've looked. Certainly not very user friendly. When are developers going to learn to develop software for normal people?
No idea what to do Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I installed this thing, and it gives basically NO instructions about how to use it to fill in forms.Supposedly, "whenever you're not sure what to do, just click the help button." What help button? I managed to stumble through instructing this thing to fill in my first name, last name, address, etc., then went to use it on an actual form. It filled in jackcrap. I had to do the entire form manually. I tried it on another form,and it put my street address on three of the lines while filling in NOTHING else. It took me more time to undo the damage this addon caused than anything else. I'm getting rid of it and looking for one that works. Why don't developers even try to make these things user-friendly?
The "Form Fields Wizard" / "Add Rules for this Form" will not add rules. Rated 1 out of 5 stars
The "Form Fields Wizard" / "Add Rules for this Form" will not add the rules -- even after fields have been filled in as directed by wizard.
Keep getting script error Rated 2 out of 5 stars
This works great when it works but i am currently trying to update some fields and it s no go. Keep getting script error so nothing can change. All buttons are unresponsive so i cant even export to CSV to change the data.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Dropdown fill!!! You are my boss :)
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
۞ ۞ ۞ seriously needs a better GUI in the editor..... ۞ ۞ ۞
no scroll?? would be awesome with that
Funcionou muito bem / Worked fine to me Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Very easy to set up, options like "checkbox" and "select list" that I didn't found in other extension. Thanks!
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Doesn't work. The useless beep sound when it unsuccesfully autofilled forms nerves.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
At least for me it's working like a charme with FF28. I only need that addon for paket.de where the form fields for login have the HTML5 "autocomplete" attributes set to "off".
I previously tried another addon (Auto-Complete on) that unfortunately didn't seem to work for me on the paket.de site. By inspecting the form elements (with Firebug) I could see that the form fields' "autocomplete" attributes have been removed. So this was okay and that addon in general worked, but Firefox still didn't want to autofill my login data. So I didn't want to rely on that addon and removed it shortly after trying.
Then I tried Autofill → Perfect. Even works with fields that have the attributes autocomplete="off".
Caution to all who don't really know what they're doing: Be aware of the fact that passwords saved into Autofill addon can be read by anyone who uses your computer. (It's actually the same like passwords saved with Firefox the common way, those can also be read by those using your computer. …I only wanted to mention that…)
No Rated 1 out of 5 stars
"Regular Expressions – use powerful text matching patterns to identify fields to autofill"
Wrong, not working in ff28.