Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Frikkin' Awesome! Just what I always wanted. Thank you!

I searched for this so many times, but never found your add-on. I was tired of having to click Tools>Options>Security>Saved Passwords>Show Passwords, so was searching for a shortcut button, and stumbled upon this! Not only can do all the editing functions I want, it also has that shortcut button I was looking for when I found it.

For those who just want a shortcut button: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/92086/

I'd say the one thing I don't like about this has got to be the icon. I do like the key icon from the add-on above, so I've created an alternative skin: http://write-me.org/downloads/xpi/spe_skin.zip

To install, unzip to: \profile\extensions\savedpasswordeditor@daniel.dawson\chrome\skin\
To uninstall, re-install SPE.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.1.6). 


Yes, I know it's not a great icon. I'm not much of an artist, so that's all I could come up with. That said, anyone who would like to draw better icons (for both the add-on and the Saved Passwords button) is welcome to contribute. Your own, original work only, please. You'll get a credit, of course.

As for that skin, you know, you could turn that into a real add-on. With the right code in install.rdf and chrome.manifest, it should integrate with my add-on. I don't know much about theming for extensions, though, so I don't know if I could help any more than that.

I'd rather get better icons inside this extension, though.

One more thing: If all you want is the toolbar button from Saved Passwords Button, you don't need to hack anything. Just install both add-ons, then use the toolbar customizer to drag the key icon to a toolbar and leave the SP icon alone. Of course, the Tools menu is another story; maybe I'll add a config option to turn it off.