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Data entered into textboxes is usually remembered after you enter it once. It works fine in other browsers but Chrome doesn't seem to remember.

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Websites have no control over this kind of thing, so I would not consider this a programming related question. –  madth3 Nov 2 '11 at 0:24

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Click the spanner icon and select Options.

Choose the Personal Stuff tab on the left, and enable "Auto Fill".

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