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I have heard of an extension for Chrome that essentially saves text that you are typing in. For example if I was typing in a box such as this, often times on a refresh for example you lose text. What is the extension that can be used to make sure this text is still present in situations such as this?

I know it exists, though I do not remember the name of it, nor what to search for to find it.

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I think Lazarus might be what you are looking for.

From the extension's page:

Autosaves everything you type so you can easily recover from form-killing timeouts, crashes and network errors.

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I believe you're looking for Lazarus. It saves web forms as you type them.

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Both Dez and yourself gave me the right answer, but he gave a little more detail, so I selected him as the accepted answer. – ComputerLocus Oct 22 '12 at 21:28

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