On 1/12/2020 12:05 PM, David E. Ross wrote: > In one of my profiles, I have no passwords set and I never established a > master password. One of the Web sites that I visit frequently now > requires me to login. No, it is not a financial site or any site where > I am concerned about personal information. > > The checkbox for "Remember passwords" is checked, but I cannot get > SeaMonkey to remember my password for that site. > > I cannot establish a master password for that profile. When I try, I > see that there is no existing master password; "Current password" is > "(not set)". The Security Device selection is so reduced in width that > I cannot see what it says. When I input a new master password (yes, > twice), I get an error popup that says "Unable to change Master Password". > > In all other aspects, this profile appears to be quite okay. > It turned out that the profile was corrupted to cause additional problems. I restored the profile from a backup, but these two problems persist.
In my profile, what file (or files) might be corrupted to cause these two problems? Would I be able to replace those files from a profile that does not appear corrupted? Or is the problem something in the SeaMonkey root? If so, what file (or files) should I try to restore from a backup? -- David E. Ross <http://www.rossde.com/> Duracell batteries are prohibited in my house. They leak and have severely damaged some expensive electronics that I own. Energizer and Eveready batteries are okay. _______________________________________________ support-seamonkey mailing list email@example.com https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey