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Is Epiphany the only browser for Gnome supporting password storage in keyring? Firefox and Chromium both seem to store login credentials in own storage thus limiting interoperability.

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Chrome can store in the keyring as well – Sathya Jul 17 '11 at 16:09
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I don't think so:

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Wow, it seems to be compatible with FF 6. It was 3.5 only a while ago. Amazing! – phil pirozhkov Dec 23 '11 at 7:12

Midori isn't GNOME-specific, but there is a gnome-keyring plugin available for it.

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No, current Chrome builds also support Gnome keyring. It's been there at least for the last 12 months or so.

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