Something like this:
Would be really useful, especially for people that have their passwords changed regularly (you currently can't quickly check if a saved password is the correct one)
The other major browsers (and Win10) have this ability, I'm surprised it's not built-in to Firefox already.
Please put a button in the primary password box to make the password visible
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@Staybank I assume you refer to the reveal button inside password field? Yes, that's a good suggestion.
I've took the liberty to file a bug for future work.
Handy for those who don't know if ShiftLk/NumLk is on or off...
In the latest Firefox release (112), right-clicking on password fields now includes an option to reveal the password—check out the Release Notes here.
A password reveal function was delivered in Firefox 112. And there's a context menu option enabled since (see work here).
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The reveal password option is a great one but has a single flaw in it. So I locked my credentials with a master password but the reveal password option bypasses this security feature. Why have a master password feature if the reveal password option can bypass that unless I missed something and can demand that the reveal option prompt a master password input. Please help