Saved Password Editor is a Firefox extension that's mostly useful to work around certain sites that disable password saving. There exist things such as bookmarklets that try to knock out such code, but they don't always work. As a last resort, you can use this extension to enter the information manually (or semi-manually). For web forms, a button is provided to guess the correct values from the currently displayed page, so it's not too bad.
In case it isn't obvious from the summary and screenshots, the add-on adds "New" and "Edit" buttons in the password manager (Tools > Options > Security > Saved Passwords, or Edit > Preferences > Security > Saved Passwords, depending on OS). That's how you access it.
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How to Install in Thunderbird:
1. Right-click the link below and choose "Save Link As..." to download and save the file to your hard disk.
2. In Mozilla Thunderbird, open Add-ons from the Tools menu.
3. Click the Install button, and locate/select the file you downloaded and click "OK".
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What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Added option to select and scroll to a login in the Saved Passwords list when it's first opened.
· Combined "other" type into "annotated" type in editor.
· The editor now allows editing any combination of logins regardless of their types; the "Type" section is now removed when editing multiple logins to reflect this fact.
· Simplified install manifest to list translators for each locale only under their own locales. That saves quite a few KiB in size.
· Improved look of menu-button in Saved Passwords for Windows and Mac OS X. Thanks to Robert Janc for assistance with the Mac part.