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How do I get Google Chrome to only auto-fill for certain fields, certain sites, and be specific to site?

I just double-clicked in the Super User search box and I see things listed that I never entered in there. I've only entered them into Google search.

Clearly it can distinguish between a pair of user/pass combo fields. And a search box because I never see it mixing those together. It would be good if it could be set per site.

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I think it's an all or nothing switch. –  ChrisF Jun 7 '11 at 12:06
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Chrome doesn't present such options to the user.


Thinking about it, perhaps you can use LastPass Chrome extension to auto-fill selective fields for selective sites

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Does FF? if so what Ext? –  barlop Jun 30 '11 at 12:12
    
I don't use FF, can't comment. As far as Chrome perhaps you can use LastPass Chrome extension to auto-fill selective fields for selective sites –  Sathya Jun 30 '11 at 12:19
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