Comment 47 by Deleted [email protected], Jun 30 2015 Processing Thanks! I have to double check every field, fix phone numbers, copy address lines to the correct spot. Please just swap the default behavior of the flag so the default is to honor the autocomplete setting. Joy. navigate here
A related issue is that the forced upgrade to Firefox 14.0.1 destroyed my dropdown shortcuts. But when I go to edit profile, it picks up on my earlier login and replaces the members info with my own. And the funniest: it is only an it is not the "password" field and it is filled in with the login password from another URL in my When you receive a prompt to confirm that you want to delete the History folder, click Yes.
Voila!!!!!!!! I guess this is my strongest argument for making autocomplete="off" work properly: if autocomplete="off" is not respected by the browser, then the world will soon be littered with workarounds as ugly Comment 39 by [email protected], Jun 16 2015 Processing This is just pathetic. How To Use Autofill In Firefox I don't want to disable the drop-down menu.
Anyway, chrome won't try to autocomplete an input[type="search"] Comment 34 by [email protected], May 21 2015 Processing Issue 489027 has been merged into this issue. Firefox Autocomplete Off Not Working Those values will be displayed in the autofill dropdown. I've even deleted files out of my C:\ drive in attempt to remove this highly unwanted autocomplete url. (I type in "wat" und it pop up for autocomplete, when I even https://books.google.com/books?id=ciWvvXK5WiMC&pg=PA104&lpg=PA104&dq=Auto+Complete+Web+Address+Problem/NT&source=bl&ots=4tR-HdQbZ4&sig=1tCEgT8p76hZN9Sp82qi4gT_sb0&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj6yOHNqszRAhVp64MKHXlJDGgQ6AEILDAC One very prominent example is a typeahead field for autocompleting data from a database.
Comment 95 by [email protected], Oct 9 2015 Processing as for "confusion" @ #29 1. Disable Autocomplete Html We can then surface other users from the same company for them to connect with. Street, Suburb and State). Comment 19 by [email protected], Mar 19 2015 Processing > Either you fix the logic so it's _flawless_ in all use cases We're working on this --- patches welcome :) If the
Confirm that this is a trivially simple HTML form, where the autocomplete="off" attribute is specified for both the FORM as well as for all INPUT elements. 4. I'll try on Windows soon, but when checking on Linux, doing exactly the 4 steps as above, I could not reproduce this issue, neither with 42.0.2311.39 (Official Build) beta (64-bit), nor Firefox Url Autocomplete Not Working I (and every other user) is entering other people's addresses and don't need Chrome to suggest their own!!! Firefox Form Fill Not Working It is very confusing for the user to have two competing features fighting each other.
Mac OSX El Capitan, Chrome Version 46.0.2490.86 (64-bit) No problem when using Safari. check over here At the command prompt, type cdwinntprofilesusernamehistory, and then press ENTER. Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Firefox Topic Fix problems with websites (Facebook, YouTube, webmail etc.) System Details Windows 7 Firefox 34.0 More system details Additional System Details Installed Comment 127 by [email protected], Dec 3 2015 Processing At least this is a step in the right direction. Firefox Address Bar Suggestions Not Working
Comment 120 by [email protected], Nov 25 2015 Processing Cc: [email protected] Comment 121 by [email protected], Dec 2 2015 Processing WAKE UP NOW PLEASE. Click OK. The Chrome autofill blocking the app's typeahead is destroying the good user experience. http://todayspec.com/not-working/autorun-problem-with-ea-games.php Real world problem caused by this: A field with for an input element with name="cc" and maxlength="2" will be auto-filled with the user's full length country text saved in
It might help others with the same problem. About:config mozilla Ask a question Sign In English Search Home Support Forum Firefox How do I keep the URL bar from ... I would love to see a fix for this.
when a solution is found. That is, how does Chrome know if autocomplete="off" is there for a good reason for this form? Comment 6 by [email protected], Mar 18 2015 Processing Cc: [email protected] Labels: Needs-Feedback @ jonathantaylor290, As per comment4#, issue is unable to reproduce. Chrome autocomplete="off" on form or input should disable autocomplete popup on all inputs or one input respectively.
Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Firefox Topic Fix slowness, crashing, error messages and other problems System Details Windows 10 Firefox 43.0 More system details Additional System Details Installed And update the password manager to respect the URL of the form where data was saved, so a customer saved on http://mydomain.com/login it won't autofil on http://mydomain.com/edit/customer which it currently does. It is contrary to the philosophy "Focus on the user and all else will follow." There are many examples in this thread of how this creates a poor user experience. 4. weblink Think about what users want, not how to win pwn2own!
Type del *.*, and then press ENTER. Still was having the issue und had only looked in C:/ which is what a possible solution gave in which I deleted the files as suggested, no where did it mention Let's say there is an address book, and there is a form that will let a user enter data for multiple contacts using the same fields, address, email, phone, etc. The current implementation in Chrome makes this all but unusable - workarounds suggested about (type='search', hidden fields) don't seem too work, except maybe intermittently.
z Google/Bing Tags: Firefox Location Bar AutoComplete auto complete not working, Cometbird, Firefox based browsers, Address Bar, URL Bar In the URL/Location bar go to: about:config Double click on Browser.urlbar.default.behavior Enter Comment 71 by [email protected], Aug 5 2015 Processing The problem is that often the developer doesn't have a good reason, he just thinks his site is more important than everything else, I have a page that is the prompt page to delete a database table. Support Forum This thread was archived.