Saved Password Editor - Ver. 2.7pre1, Updated: 23/01/13 14:01
Feb 12 2010, 00:32
Joined: 11-February 10
From: Spokane, WA, USA
Member No.: 15.141
Extension Developer: Yes
Extensions: Saved Password Editor
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Mobile Saved Password Editor
Translator for [No translator]
My OS Gnu/Linux
Creator: Daniel Dawson <email@example.com>
Ext. Version: 2.7pre1
Release date: 2013-01-30
Description: Adds the ability to create and edit entries in the password manager.
Extension is compatible to: ( 10.0 - 21.0a1) ( 2.7 - 2.17a1) ( 10.0 - 21.0a1)
Included locales: ar bg de dsb el en-US eo es-ES fi fr hsb hu id-ID ja nl pl pt-BR pt-PT ru sr sv-SE tr vi zh-CN zh-TW
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If you haven't already, please translate the descriptions and other information found in post #128. Thanks.
This post has been edited by ddawson: Jan 31 2013, 14:38
Jan 8 2012, 06:19
Joined: 13-March 10
From: Hellas, Island of Crete - Chania
Member No.: 15.362
Extension Developer: Yes
Translator for Greek (el)
Translation Credits to George Malamas
Hi all here..!
Greek locale is ready, i just finished the translation of the new strings.
Also, i can confirm that using the updated "chrome.manifest" posted here, the
extension seems to works correctly.
congratulations for your great work and your efforts!
I am impressed with the overall functionality of your extension which
makes our.. life-fox much more easier!
Now i would like to inform you about a small detail you missed, which causes
a mismatch in meanings between some new and current strings:
In my opinion, since you renamed the "HTTP authentication" login type to "Annotated",
you should do also the same in file "pwdedit.properties", line "typemismatch=....".
Also, i have some ideas to propose to increase the already powerful functionality of spe
in passwords/logins managing:
A Export/Import feature using editable file (e.g. txt), i think that would be useful in many
cases, e.g. to update/synchronize passwords between profiles, in the same or different
I still make use of Fx3.6, mainly because it was my main browser for a long period and
now contains almost all my passwords because upon the release of Fx4, i hesitated to
directly upgrade Fx3.6 and now it's a pain for me to manually transfer more than 60
passwords/logins to other profiles on my desktop and laptop!
In edit logins dialog box, a "Save" button to keep the box open, in combination
with "Next/Previous" buttons, i think also would be useful, avoiding this way to click "OK"
closing the editor, picking the next, previous or some other login and open again the editor,
in case for example that someone has to modify/copy etc several logins at a time.
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