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rajivvarma

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Aug 19, 2008
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Hey:

I told Safari to not remember my password for a website, but now I've changed my mind and want the site to remember the password. Does anyone know how to re-ask Safari to remember it?
 

Carlanga

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Nov 5, 2009
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GO TO:
Settings > Safari > AutoFill > Names & Passwords > ON :cool:
 
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rajivvarma

macrumors regular
Original poster
Aug 19, 2008
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Hey:

I already have auto-remember enabled. My problem is that for Amazon.com, I told the popup to "not remember my password," and now I changed my mind and want Safari to remember my password.

I already have numerous other passwords saved for other websites, and I am worried that if I switch the setting off and then on, my other passwords may be removed.
 
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Arelunde

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Jul 6, 2011
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Yeah. I'm wondering the same thing. I, too, declined having a password memorized for a specific site and changed my mind. So far, I can't find the answer to make it memorize again. Odd, though, if you activate the password memory for a site and then change the login, it will give you the option to memorize the change.
 
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