- by DarseZ, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5It never seemed to work quite right. the pop down window stays 'stuck' onscreen, the confirmation window wouldn't go away, then it stopped actually doing anything. Then I realized I can do the same action natively in the same number of clicks (history > clear recent history > clear now) so I've removed it. Ideally would be great to set up as a button and simply click once to do everything. Good luck with it however!
- by Bob Smith, 4 years agoRated 1 out of 5CLEARS LOGINS.JSON!
This does not clear active logins as in "Clear All History" in Options or Shift-Ctrl-Delete. Instead it wipes out Saved Logins.
I was hoping this would work like the pre-57:
- by Firefox user 9777552, 4 years agoRated 1 out of 5When you turn "Do not ask before clearing the cache" off, then click "Clear recent history", it clears data but remains open. So you think it didn't work. Poor usability. Uninstall.
And removing the passwords without even indicating or asking that is very dangerous. Uninstall.
Update 02.10.17: @Button Guy: Regarding "you must have ticked the box for that": Did you know that there is no check box for passwords?
It would be good if you looked first at your extension before writing such a useless answer.If it removed passwords, you must have ticked the box for that. The default is not to, you had to have changed the setting.
I will look into the problem of the menu not closing.
- by Firefox user 12374321, 4 years agoRated 1 out of 5Awesome extension...where does it says that will also wipe your saved usernames and passwords ? thats not how things work mate
Flagged as hazardous
No harm done , had restore point just before i decided to reinstall this and noticed that the logins.json was wiped after frist usage
Active Logins: If you have logged in to a website that uses HTTP authentication since you most recently opened Firefox, that site is considered "active". Clearing this logs you out of those sites.
"Works with Firefox 42.0 and later" , Using the built-in clearing tool will not in any way wipe your saved passwords
Latest stable release 55.0.3 won't wipe them so i call BS if i wanted to clear my saved passwords i would have manually removed all entries or used eCleaner (Forget Button)
There is something button guy can learn from that extension
Wonderfully reviewed by mozilla....