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Is there currently a way in Chrome to stop websites from blocking autocompletion of forms?

I'm open to any suggestions my skills would cover, so if there is no addon which does the job, I'll have a go at editing Chrome's hidden settings or the Windows registry. Writing an addon myself is beyond my powers, unfortunately.

I know Firefox would do a better job at respecting my form-filling preferences, but it really is getting too laggy on my old computer. I'd like to find a Chrome-based solution, if one exists.

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possible duplicate of Can I force Google Chrome to remember passwords? – Zoredache Aug 3 '12 at 18:31
You can't - the webpage will control it – user201067 Feb 21 '13 at 5:47

The Chrome extension Autocomplete=on will do this.

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This has a bug and long not updated.. A new one here; Force Autocomplete – Abdessamad Idrissi Feb 24 '15 at 22:03

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