firefox cache(empty on exit?) & password(delete double passwords)?

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  1. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    Hi

    i have 2 question

    1) i would like an extension to empty the cache on exit like opera
    can i do it?

    2) i have many double passwords , i mean some empty i guess type errors
    is there a way to purge them ?


    thanks
    have a great day
     
  2. twl845

    twl845 Registered Member

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    Put me on the list for that info too. :)
     
  3. lotuseclat79

    lotuseclat79 Registered Member

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    In FF, click on Edit>select Preferences

    Select the Privacy tab.

    Click on the Settings button, and check the Cache box.

    To correct your double passwords, I would also check the Saved Passwords box, and then start over with your passwords.

    Then click the OK button, and Close to exit FF Preferences.

    -- Tom
     
  4. twl845

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    You must be using an old version of FF. I'm using v 3.6.3. Click Tools>Options>Privacy Tab>settings and check the cache box. :)
     
  5. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    but in my firefox
    i can delete firefox history only
    thanks
     
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  7. mantra

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    o thanks!

    found it

    thank you so much:thumb:
     
  8. JRViejo

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    mantra, you're welcome! Take care.
     
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