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Webslinger64

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Anyone know how I can stop Firefox from automatically popping up user names for my various e-mail accounts, forum accounts, etc.? I have some guests in my home right now that can only access their gmail accounts from my computer. I would prefer that they not click on the 'user name' text box in gmail and see my various user names pop up. Any idea?
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Major Payne

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You might want to go to Tools>Options>Privacy tab and under Privacy Data set the options for everything after clearing all of them. Better if you would just set up a Guest account for your visitors to use as a login with limited privileges.
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You might want to go to Tools>Options>Privacy tab and under Privacy Data set the options for everything after clearing all of them. Better if you would just set up a Guest account for your visitors to use as a login with limited privileges.


I thought of the guest account, but they're only here a few days. Wasn't sure which might be easier, but thanks for the feedback. Now I know a bit more about Firefox.
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You're welcome. I'm still learning Fireox and have used it for years. :)
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