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  • Any help wins an ice cream cone -- TIA :-)

    Would that be an empty cone, or a cone full of ice cream. :-)

    (Sorry, can't help with the real problem)

    • I've solved it (I think!) I'm at work using Windoze and IE6 at the moment, but on my home Linux box, the answer seems to be to get into the Mozilla settings, go to the Security tab, and change the password to a blank. You'll get a pop-up saying that it will no longer be protected, but it then seems to work OK. DO NOT hit the button/checkbox/whatever that says "No protection" or something similar. Can I have my cone now? How about a rhomboid?
  • I experienced same thing today on Mozilla browser. The way around it is to reset the master password. This though would delete all passwords and certificate handled by password manager. To reset the master password, on your browser use; Edit> Prefernces>Privacy & Security>Master Passwords>Reset Passwords. You can then change to your desire password. After 2 years, do I still get a cone?