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Hi everyone :)

I have no idea why Omniweb doesn't do this, but when I go to any of my Mailman mailing-list interfaces, where the admin, moderator etc. has to input a password to enter, OW never inputs that password.

OW inputs usernames, passwords, for all other types of sites I visit.

Does OW omit passwords on these pages because _only_ a password is requested, without a username? Should that make a difference?

Anyway, please make it possible. When you admin/moderate a few lists, it's a waste of time to have to go and get the password every time.

Example page:

Thankyou for your great app. :)

Last edited by Clytie; 2008-01-19 at 11:16 PM.. Reason: Typo <blush>
Well, I guess that the problem really IS that no username is requested. OW saves the login data in the system keychain, and as far as I know, it's only possible to store a combination of a username and a password there. I'd guess that this is the problem.
I wonder if there's any way to work around this? I doubt if the Mailman admin interfaces are the only webpages using a single authentication string.

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