This isn't "Quick". Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Nah, there are password managers that log you in with 1 click, those are the quick ones. Not this one where you first have to open some option windows and then click on and on...
True to a point: 2 clicks are more than 1...
.. I am planning a more streamlined version, but I wanted to emphasize the fact that MOZILLA stores the passwords for you - it is the Firefox password store not "some options window" - I also need it a lot where I have MULTIPLE logins to choose from so you need the option to select the right one - it automatically selects the most recent one.
It takes two clicks if you use it correctly (1-button or context menu, 2-login button), but I want to get it down to 1 click in a future version so your critizism is definitely correct. Other Addons do not correct the login info or give you a SSO mass password change feature which can save you a lot of time.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Можно ли добавить возможность входить на сайт с авторизацией из окна Saved Password?
Anything is possible - ask me directly
"Is it possible to add the ability to log on to the site with authorization from the window Saved Password?" - well in the Saved Passwords window is a "Login" button, so I am not quite sure what you mean. Best you contact me directly from the support site: http://quickpasswords.mozdev.org/index.html - there is a mail link at the bottom, best describe what you need in more detail so I can help you?
Great! Rated 4 out of 5 stars
But automaticaly not fill login form, need to right-click and paste.
I use FF Dev Edition x64
Is there a problem if i use this addon along with Saved Password Editor? This addon does not have the option to create passwords.
Are you using the correct button?
No need to paste, use the green button, top left! if you have trouble contact me at support from the options screen. Yes it supports Saved Passwords Editor, I even say it in the release notes. I didn't want to compete with SPE that's why I left out Editing functionality. But it has SSO change (multiple sites with single sign on) which is a big time saver.
This is not a bug report form, please use the support link:
Excellent idea Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I earlier used another extension to insert passwords on sites (Secure Login) but it worked very poorly. At last I decided to look for a replacement. And I did find a great one! I'm saying about QuickPasswords - works really securely and works in ALL cases! Thanks!!
A Great Idea! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is one of handiest add-ons available for the Mozilla family (I'm using Pale Moon). Security is important -- no doubt -- but for those of us who use only one laptop, the hurdles and fences of password security are --let's face it -- annoying. This is especially true of sites that try to prevent auto fill. QuickPasswords fills this niche perfectly; it maintains security, but puts passwords and autofill right at your fingertips. I use this add-on several times a day, every day. It works great, and this is why I encourage others to support this author. This is a must!
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
randomly opens up developer's home page, I don't like itThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.4.1-signed).
Not Randomly! See [Bug 25931] to disable change log
[To the Moderators: please do not delete this review, as it might be important for other users]
...the official way to get changes into an Addon is the support site, I already raised this bug for you:
once you (or any other user) vote for or comment or add their CC on the bug I will upload the version with that feature. New features go through Bugzilla and are attached to the bug for testing; if you want a feature that cuts me off from funding the least you can do is test it.
The change log doesn't open up RANDOMLY. It happens only when QuickPasswords is updated, so you would have seen the version history exactly FOUR times or less in 2014 (November 17, December 16, April 25 and April 13). I think this is fair, as the software makes a modification to your system and full disclosure of this is important. Like all Firefox Add-ons, QuickPasswords runs with privileged rights so it would have full access to your system.
You have complained about it SIX TIMES now; you should have seen the screen ONE time since December 16. If you use QuickPasswords for a whole year and have seen the version history tab more than 4 times, then please raise a separate BUG so I can FIX it. It is not by design when you see the version tab outside of an update.
There is no need to "get angry" about me storing the version number in extensions.quickpasswords.version because the addon needs to know whether it was updated in order to NOT display the version hints when you load it again and in order not to do any update / tidy up actions. It also needs to know that it wasn't installed freshly because then it would display the welcome page with a description on how to use it.
Once you DELETE or MODIFY extensions.quickpasswords.version YOU ARE ACTUALLY CAUSING THE PROBLEM your are COMPLAINING about The version history is ONLY SHOWN ON UPDATE.. A lot of Add-ons (*) store their current version number for precisely that reason. The reason for storing it is to show the correct version log precisely ONE time.
(*) a lazy search in my about config returns at least: Colorzilla, Zombie Keys, Adblock Plus, Down Them All, extension test, FEBE, IETab2, Image Zoom, Lazarus, Saved Passwords Editor, Tabmix Plus, unMHT, NoScript, New Addon Bar - these all store their current version number, in order to avoid displaying invalid information on startup
Once somebody is interested in the bug fix I will upload a version for everybody - make sure to *add* the new setting *before* restarting Fx then you won't see the version log (which ironically will describe the new setting). Good luck with 100+ Addons...https://www.mozdev.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=25931
PS: there is also a newer version of QuickPasswords here
which also inludes the change from [Bug 25931]. I would prefer if people left some feedback at [Bug 25931] as I really don't know whether you are the only one who feels that strongly about displaying change logs.
Steve Crane Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Very handy add-on. Only problem is that I'm finding more "no valid log-in form found", not only on new sites but some of my old ones too. Despite that, I have come to rely on this add-on as my spare brain - no way I can remember all those passwords. I found that with the "no valid form" ones I can "copy and paste" the web address then fill out the rest manually - it's like a little pop-up notebook for each individual log-in page..This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.4.1-signed).
I could help with that...
...maybe but you need to contact me via the support web site for that. One problem with the built in password manager is that it needs a form to work, and more and more web sites seem to actually not like that model any more for some weird reason.
Superb! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I actually run this alongside Master Password+ and Saved Password Editor. I found that the combo of all of these makes Firefox a nearly complete, robust, and flexible password management system. Easy and just great!
Also, hooray for the GNU GPL as the license. Works like this that respect software freedom deserve our support!
There will be more improvements around logging on (and export/import), I definitely recommend SPE as an alongside install. As regards MasterPassword+ I find it a little too much for my personal purposes; that's why I added the "lock" button on the bottom right which can be used to lock out unauthorized users. Still having a little problems with having the correct icon shown on Firefox startup (there should be a lock displayed unless you enter the MP).
If you would like to discuss your needs more please don't hesitate to contact me via the support pages!
Brilliant!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
One of the most useful add-on's ever. Saves oodles of time.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (126.96.36.199-signed).
Love it! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
When Firefox autofill fails QuickPasswords to the rescue!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (188.8.131.52-signed).
Export/Import Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Without having the ability to export/import passwords, this isn't much of a password "manager"This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.1.1-signed).
Please for feature requests...
.. you are not helping the users or developer by asking for features by way of down voting. You only manage that less people use it and so less interest = less development. Here is the official place for feature requests is here:
The thing with importing is that it is "iffy" because it needs concrete specs on what happens
1. if the login already exists (should it just overwrite the password? prompt?)
2. if the field names have changed. This happens more often than you think, the password manager doesn't store the date so we do not know whether this is newer or older.
So please suggest at the link above for a proper feature management.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
HAVING FUN!This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.1.1-signed).
thanks for your review. Hope to improve the tool soon.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Really a great addonThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.1.1-signed).
edit username/password fields Rated 5 out of 5 stars
adding ability to change username/password field would be great...This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.1.1-signed).
like I said before...
... the Saved Password Editor Addon does this very well and it works perfectly with QuickPasswords (I did not want to compete with it). However we have 2 features for changing existing information - 1. when logging in the field names can be automatically corrected - 2. you can change stored passwords with "unified Password change" button = the button with the red pencil.
thanks for the 5 stars! :-)
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Edit option is missing ? How do I get it ?This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.1.1-signed).
Saved Password Editor
Please use the Saved Password Editor Addon for this. QuickPasswords does not want to replicate the functionality of this excellent Addon, and both Addons work perfectly together.
It is mentioned at the bottom of About this Addon: "If you work a lot with passwords (who doesn't?) be sure to check out the awesome Saved Password Editor it is quite a good addition and fully compatible with QuickPasswords."
I also have described it in my support pages, where you can also get direct support via the mail link at the bottom of the page: http://quickpasswords.mozdev.org/index.html#edit_password
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
I rely on this program so much that I forget it is not an integral part of FF. It has saved me much time and frustration. It is small, quick, and useful.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.0.1-signed).
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
The addon is great. The enhancement of existing password manager is great too. By the way, is this addon secure or will it transfer any data to your server? I tried google but found no site mentioning nor reviewing your addon. This is the only part that I am worried. ThanksThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.9.1-signed).
it is secure!
Yes it is secure - it doesn't do any communication with the "outside world". the only way you get passwords over back and forth is via the built in "Sync" mechanism of Firefox, and AFAIK it uses Mozilla servers and encrypts the information.
BTW, Addons published AMO must give a privacy statement if they transmit any user data, they are very strict about this. QuickPasswords simply works with the passwords stored on your local machine and inserts them to pages / clipboard.
One thing QuickPasswords doesn't do is display passwords on the screen (as I find this counterproductive), I leave that to other addons. For more control over your passwords, I recommend also installing "Saved Password Editor".
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
if u stored alot same domain username/password, and want to retrieve from FF, u need remember the username
after installed QuickPasswords and Saved Password Editor, u can select which login info to use
QuickPasswords and Saved Password Editor both is very good idea addon and MUST buildin FF
last things is can u change the auto-login function to auto open the domain and fillin the login info in a new tab, if can complety auto login the target domain would be great =)
It is a little tricky - the password manager usually only stores the domain (Host) and not the exact login page. Also, when you are on a domain, you usually have to click on some other page elements in order to get a login prompt and this is not easy to automate as it is completely up to the developer of each web site how this works. It can also set up cookies and session data which is hard to control in an automated manner.
I could certainly add a "go to domain" function, but it wouldn't necessary open the right page (your login page), so it might not be as useful as you would wish for. to discuss in detail, please create an official feature request here:
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Terrific. Makes logging on much simpler that other addons.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.9.1-signed).
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Great tool and allows complex PW's for banking and investment sites. I would only ask serious encryption is added to the database containing the PW's in the event the computer is compromised or hacker gains access to files. Darren-ChakerThis review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.8.1-signed).
using Firefox Password Store
QuickPasswords uses Firefox's built in password store (and has all the advantages of that including Sync), encyrption used is Triple-DES. You can add better security by using Firefox options > security > change master password and choosing a secure one here, and never install addons / plugins from sources you do not know and trust. Ideally you should only install Addons from addons.mozilla.org to be safe.