How can I make Firefox automatically remember all passwords without prompting?
Hacking Firefox to Always Auto Save Password Without Showing Notification Bar:
Now whenever you login to any website, Firefox will auto save the site, username and password to the login manager WITHOUT showing the notification bar.
Note: even when you enter the wrong username or password, it will still be saved.
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It states that you must have all instances of Firefox closed, navigate to the "C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\components\" directory, open up nsLoginManager.js and comment out lines 112 and 121
for firefox 4 -extract omni.jar located on the firefox folder and then open the components folder -edit what you need -then compress it, using zip format or it will not work, and name it omni.jar -note: dont compress the folder "omni" compress whats inside the folder -replace your omni.jar with the one in the firefox folder
This DOES still work in Firefox 3.6 - 4.0+, it's just not in the same place as shown in the picture.
Using Firefox 4.0:
Replace the code from lines 800 - 869 with:
Save and replace original file.
Saves passwords and doesn't prompt.
On a mac FF3.6, the edits are made in:
Here's my change complete - which make the end line 854.
I kept everything but commented out what I didn't want, and added the pwmgr.addLogin(aLogin) line.
protected by nhinkle♦ Apr 26 '11 at 23:52
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