This extension re-enables autocomplete for password fields on websites that intentionally disable it (autocomplete=off).
A Chrome extension to re-enable password completion on websites that intentionally disable it (`autocomplete=off`). Disabling autocomplete is touted as a security feature, but in reality it just forces users to re-use the same username/password combination all over the place, as no user can remember 20 different passwords for minor sites he/she visits every 3 months. This extension runs entirely in the background and has no user interface. It enables autocompleting passwords for many forms, but does not work for login forms submitted through AJAX (that's a Chrome limitation/feature). The source code is available at https://github.com/mprobst/docomplete.
- (2015-09-08) Doesn't work.
- (2019-12-01, v:1.0) Zoë Gibbs: Not working any more?
If you head to https://go.xero.com they have autocomplete=off in their input fields. This extension seems to have no impact on that setting. Is it still working? If you aren't maintaining it any more, I would be happy to take it over. Ian Gibbs - [email protected]