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Monday, February 10th 2003, 11:21pm

Can Konqueror save passwords?

I love Konq in KDE3.1, but there's one missing feature which is really bugging me - saving passwords, and other form data. Mozilla does this, where every time you come across a secure web page (i.e. one secured by .htaccess rather than a php login page), a login box will popup with the username & password filled in if you tick the box for mozilla to remember them.

Can I do this with Konq?!


Tuesday, February 11th 2003, 1:21pm

AFAIK It can't but it's a planned feature in kde 3.2. See:

third line "KDE Password Registry and Wallet..."
Petrus Pietilä



Wednesday, February 12th 2003, 12:58am

LOL KDe makes me want to cry - you get a beautiful functional new release, and you find the next release has one more killer feature you want, so you'll have to wait another 6 months or so!


Wednesday, February 12th 2003, 3:08pm

haha you just summed up my feelings in a nutshell... BUT isn't that a fantastic thing to be worried about? As opposed to being totally happy with the current release, and nothing new or cool comming in the next release? It's always exciting gettting this huge updates. I always wit for the .1.1 releases, so the "growing pain" type of bugs that weren't found during testing are corrected. Then I hop on board with a version for about a year, (as its usually 6 months for the next major release, then another 6 for the bugfix release) and then upgrade.




Wednesday, February 12th 2003, 4:16pm


You're right guest:
You see the cool features on the next release plan and you want to cry ;)

Speed up development :lol: