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This is a discussion on passwords: changing 'don't save' to 'save' within the Chrome Troubleshooting section, part of the Google Chrome category: When first testing Chrome, I missed the 'save password' option. Now I'd like that choice to appear. How can I ...


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    SylviaCaras is offline Junior Member
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    Default passwords: changing 'don't save' to 'save'

    When first testing Chrome, I missed the 'save password' option. Now I'd like that choice to appear. How can I edit the list of sites where the password is *not* saved? (I've seen comments about .sql files for things that have been saved, but not for those skipped.)

    Thanks,

    Sylvia

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    r4yd3n is offline Junior Member
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    SylviaCaras is offline Junior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by r4yd3n View Post
    google chrome--->options--->minor tweaks--->passwords---->brain
    Currently, Chrome asks for passwords on some sites where I ignored the yellow 'offer to save' option. I would like to change that, have the option to save. The tweak I see allows me to remove already saved passwords but I don't see how it allows me to add new ones. What am I missing?

    Sylvia

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    SylviaCaras is offline Junior Member
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    [QUOTE=r4yd3n;497]i give us a feedback

    That will help others, and I like the screen shots.

    Two things - I think a user can remove an already saved password one by one, by selecting and removing at the screen where all the passwords are saved. I think it's only the 'never' that one can't undo, except, as you suggest, by clearing everything.

    And, perhaps a pointer for how thee reader gets to the Clear Browsing Data screen.

    (I overlooked the yellow option bar completely when I first downloaded chrome.)

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