Well, pretty much my question is the title. I use Google Chrome, Chromium, Firefox, and Internet Explorer 8 and was wondering how I could disable the automatic cursor placement when accessing different websites. I'm still a bit faster than all the browsers when typing in my usernames and passwords (which is really the reason why I'm asking) and it never fails that
I'll see my username enter in fine, then a couple of characters from my password, then my cursor will jump back up to the username field and plug in half of my password there and fail to login of course after I hit the enter key. Mind you, I'm usually typing in the user/pass and hitting enter afterwards fairly quick, so its not like I'm meaning to do this.
Also, it would help whenever I open up my home page (which is google) and want to type in a new url. Even google has it where the cursor will automatically jump to the search box after a few seconds, so I'll end up searching google for half of the url I was trying to type in the address bar.
I searched on google and here for a solution already, but didn't see an apparent one in the first couple of pages, so any help is appreciated.