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Old 12-09-2021, 11:26 AM   #1
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Starting with v94 Firefox has been all messed up

it's resetting my settings back to default when I reboot
It also has forced me to add a primary password cuz passwords are bare-naked in the application menu (top right corner burger thingy).

What's up with this? Is it just me (3 boxes tho) or have they lost it? Firefox is for me right now unusable.

What do I edit in about:config to do away with this menu entry for the Passwords?
Old 12-09-2021, 01:28 PM   #2
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As far as I can tell, you're stating firefox 94 is unusable becuase they added "Passwords" to the hamburger menu? It used to be you had to go thru settings/security or something to get there, they just made it more convenient for people who store passwords in Firefox. They are wearing the same clothing as always, still got click the eye thing to see the password.

This doesn't change the usability of Firefox, it just saves a couple clicks for people using one of its features that it has offered a long long time.

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