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Autofill Forms enables you to fill out web forms with one click or a keyboard shortcut.
Help to improve the default profile:
Currently, we try to improve the default profile coming with Autofill Forms.
You can download and import the current version from here:
Please report any issues with this new profile here on this forum topic.
Credit card profile
This is a sample credit card profile:
Last edited by madblueimp on April 9th, 2010, 9:40 am, edited 9 times in total.
but i use two sets of username and profiles in web sites
1 set of username to hide my identity
the other one to with all my real names and stuff
but i can only set the field values for only 1 set of username
i can not set field values for the other set would it be possible to have
something like profiles
where user would create any number of profiles and each profile can have any number of field values and options to set and user can switch b/w profiles if he needs, this would be highly appreciated.............
Yes, I think I will add "profiles" in one of the next versions.
So far you can have a similar (but not as comfortable) feature by duplicating the rules and enable/disable the ones you want for the moment.
how can i make this autofill in checkboxes and radio buttons?
Autofill Forms contains a help system - but I guess you already read the part about <a href="jar:jar:https://blueimp.net/mozilla/xpi/autofill_forms-0.2-fx.xpi!/chrome/autofillforms.jar!/content/help/autofillFormsHelp06.xhtml">Custom rules</a>.
To fill out a checkbox or radio button, the "Value" in your ruleset must match exactly the "value" of the checkbox:
In this case, your fieldrule might be
and your value must be
i dont see a "type" and does the same apply to radio boxes(but with the type being radiobox)
Sorry, I didn't make this clear:
If you don't know how to find the related entry in the HTML source of the website, you might try Firefox DOM Inspector, which can be helpful in this case. It might require some HTML knowledge to get it right though.
If you give me the URL of an example Website plus an explanation which checkbox/radio button you want to check, I can give you a better example - and the code you will need.
ohh okay thanks for the info i get it now
If you like, post the code and URL of the website you use it for, so we can get a list of useful rules.
The last rule on the default set of rules for Autofill Forms checks the "autologon" checkbox of phpBB forums, e.g.
I go to https://blueimp.net/mozilla/Autofill%20Forms/
I download the add-on
But where is the Help file?????????????????????????????
I checked on the menus in Mozilla, did searches on these forums and the web, and zilch.
Somehow, I figured out that you had to add the button from View > Toolbars > Customize
But there's no way to edit the autofill form. Not even right-clicking the button will work, nor will simply hitting Alt + J.
To open the Autofill Forms preferences, do the following:
=> Tools => Add-ons => Autofill Forms => Preferences
On the preferences pane is a button "Help", which opens the help menu.
The next version will have an extended toolbar button with a menu containing the preferences.
The upcoming version is near finishing - I already implemented profiles and added a profile switcher (also included in the toolbar button menu).
You will be able to assign keyboard shortcuts for the Autofill Forms function, for the settings page and for the profile switcher.
I also added a button on the preferences page to display web form details to help creating new rules.
Currently, I'm working on a simple rule editor which will help creating new rules without needing any regular expression knowledge.
Afterwards I will update the help page and then release the new version.
I receive an error that I am unable to download from the site for this add-on. Any suggestions?
Yes and there are several other extensions providing a similar functionality.
But none of them did exactly what I wanted, which is why invented this extension.
Compared to the Autofill function of Google's toolbar, the current version of Autofill Forms has some advantages:
- Autofill Forms is not active while browsing and therefore does not use any system resources
- Autofill Forms rules to fill in the form fields are fully customizable and can be extended
- Autofill Forms works not only with text input fields but as well with selections, checkboxes and radio buttons
- To protect your personal data you have the option to store all the form field rules encrypted, not only those for credit card data
The next version will add another feature not present in the Autofill function of Google's toolbar - profiles.
Try => Right click => Save as; and then install locally by => File => Open File
Version 0.3 released:
- Added profiles
- Added profile switcher
- Added shortcuts for profile switcher and settings page
- Extended toolbar button to include menu items for profile switcher and settings page
- Added 'Display Form Details' button on settings page to support creating form field rules
- Added Rule Editor to help creating custom rules without regular expression knowledge
- Improved settings page (using tabs, better structuring)
- Extended help page
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