- by Firefox user 15027074, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5Do you think you could add Thunderbird support the way that this addon did? https://addons.thunderbird.net/en-US/thunderbird/addon/keepass-helper/
That one no longer works with the latest Thunderbird.
It used to add the current email account's ID to the "Mail Server Password Required" popups so that KeePass could enter the password.
Other than that, works great on Firefox.
- by Neytrino, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5Good Add-on, could You add Russian translation? https://yadi.sk/d/1okLkyNkgVAAVA
Also, perhaps you could add the customizable text string that can be placed before url? (personally I would prefer to place something like "Firefox" there)
- by Firefox user 14035616, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Thanks for this add-on. One issue that I found is not being able to auto-type login to a website when the # character is in the middle of the url. For example the TD Bank login page is: https://onlinebanking.tdbank.com/#/authentication/login
I have tried several ways to have the auto-type in Keepass work for this url but I can not. I suspect it is due to the # character. My Keepass auto-type works for other websites no problem. Please respond if you know of a way.
- by witrak(), 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5I second the previous comment. Current version effectively obscures the title information. Also it would be better to allow the user to specify a regexp, so the extension could modify only matching URLs.
- by syldub, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5Very good addon. The feature to show the port number in URL is very useful.
Would be great if there was an option to write the url after the title and not before...
You say in the preceding comment that is is not possible, but some other webextensions addon are doing it:
But for these extensions, if we drag & drop the Firefox url in Windows Explorer, the url is contained in the created shortcut filename, which is useless and very bad (filenames are too long). I don't know if this is the consequence.
- by nandhp, 3 years agoRated 4 out of 5Thanks for making this add-on! This is the only "URL in titlebar" extension that doesn't affect the title of the tab. I wish the extension could put the URL at the end of the window title, instead of the beginning. Unfortunately, while Mozilla provides a titlePreface property, there does not seem to be an analogous property for a suffix. Is there a bug filed to request this capability for WebExtensions?
I would like to suggest the developer implement a workaround for a bug in Firefox ( https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1402399 ) that prevents the titlebar URL from being updated when switching to a blank tab. This causes the URL of another tab remains visible indefinitely. The bug can be worked around by setting the titlePreface to a single space (' ') instead of an empty string ('').
Thanks again! This makes KeepassXC usable again.