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CSRF verification failed Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I'm retyping this because it went in blank the first time.
Getting "CSRF Verification Failed" (which someone mentioned long ago in this thread)
Both 1.02 and 1.03 latest Test Pilot
when trying to report websites failing to completely load, like this one:
no luck, FF 3.6.3 Rated 1 out of 5 stars
"XML" error when trying to import, either an xml or a csv file.
Repeated several times. I'd guess the author must know by now but just in case:
FF 3.6.3 on both computers (newish Intel Mac was the source, trying to copy the current passwords to my old G3 Powerbook to take a trip with it)
There's a FAQ link at the Password Exporter home page for a debugging tool, but when you go to that page the debugger is no longer available.
Anyone know an alternative? Or a brute force copy (which files, can I just copy them out of the Profile, put them on a USB stick, and put them into the other computer's profile to overwrite the passwords)?
extirpate how?? Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Hate it, and can't get rid of it.
Lets me hilight text but not copy it or even drag it to the desktop as a clipping.
I uninstalled the extension completely -- supposedly -- and restarted (and rebooted)
Mac OSX 10.6.2
It's still intervening any time I try to open a PDF.
Nothing found in about.config.
No idea how to get it to stop working.
Suggestion for improvement Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Thanks for removing the Adblock-block. I'm one of those who has a simple response to stuff pushed at me, I don't buy anything I see advertised, but I gladly buy anything that suits my criteria and can be found by searching for what I want (which rewards people who actually know what they are making and how to describe it correctly).