Jodeo

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Sep 12, 2003
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Middle Tennessee
Whenever I create an account I'm greeted with the ever-annoying "Safari created a strong password for this website" prompt.

I prefer NOT to use Safari's suggestions and would rather never see this prompt again.

How can it be disabled? I checked Safari preferences and System Preferences, but no luck.



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willmtaylor

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Oct 31, 2009
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Whenever I create an account I'm greeted with the ever-annoying "Safari created a strong password for this website" prompt.

I prefer NOT to use Safari's suggestions and would rather never see this prompt again.

How can it be disabled? I checked Safari preferences and System Preferences, but no luck.



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Thank you.
Disable autofill.
 

mj_

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May 18, 2017
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Do you really create new accounts that often for it to be such an infuriating issue?
If only it were so simple ;) The issue is that Safari seems to consider the login window on many websites a registration form and prompts me to use a safe password to register when really all I want is to to log in. What's infuriating is the fact that this dialog/prompt is modal and I have to first manually click it away before I can proceed to log in instead.
 
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question fear

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Apr 10, 2003
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If only it were so simple ;) The issue is that Safari seems to consider the login window on many websites a registration form and prompts me to use a safe password to register when really all I want is to to log in. What's infuriating is the fact that this dialog/prompt is modal and I have to first manually click it away before I can proceed to log in instead.

Yup. I have the same issue when I try to log remotely into my office-it thinks the security code/password setup is a prompt to set up a new password and offers to create a strong one for me every time.

It's not a huge deal, but I would love a "not for this website" option...that's all it would take!
 
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posguy99

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Nov 3, 2004
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Old thread, but I thought I'd comment. I never see this. I assume it's because iCloud Keychain is disabled. Trust information like that to Apple? Not hardly.
 

Brien

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Aug 11, 2008
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True.

Counter-point though... nobody uses unique passwords on every login. And EVERYTHING needs an account now.

So these kinds of things are nearly required now.
 

Davestevebob

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Apr 19, 2021
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here just to make this more annoying, why they do it. Its to make you totally dependent on Apple. Thats the full reason to hell with what you want, you will be forced to need them. I hate how maggoty apple is becoming. and why in the flying F can't they fix the god damn "." Deleting the last letter of the last word in a sentence. And its not like the internet can give an answer for anything anyway, its where all the maggotayness in tech came from. this is a Mac forum and the keyboard still Fs up. Pathetic
 
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