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Google Chrome : How to re-enable password save prompt for a particular site

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Google Chrome : How to re-enable password save prompt for a particular site Shocks 3/8/09 7:52 AM
I had saved some of my passwords for websites I visit frequently. My friend was using my computer the other day and he logged into one of the website which I go to and clicked on 'Never save password for this site'. So I have lost the ability to save password on that site and one other one where he logged in.
I have to enter the user name and password each time I want to log-in. It is a painful process. I tried looking under the hood and could not find a list for which Google Chrome will not prompt for password.

Please help me find the list (if it exists) or advice how can I enable password prompting for the sites for which someone has clicked on 'Never save the password for this site'
Re: Google Chrome : How to re-enable password save prompt for a particular site †Tommy G.† 3/11/09 9:01 PM
Here is a solution for you.  Go to the wrench icon at the top right tool bar...choose 'options'....select 'minor tweaks'...click on 'show saved passwords'...click 'remove all'... close.  This will reset the "save password" options for all pages you use. You will have to enter all the information on all the pages again that you visit, but at least you will not have to do it again until someone selects 'never save password' again.
Re: Google Chrome : How to re-enable password save prompt for a particular site djyork 3/13/09 12:45 PM
I tried it man it didn't work does anyone else have a solution.
Re: Google Chrome : How to re-enable password save prompt for a particular site Shocks 3/14/09 5:37 AM
I am sure.. somewhere Google Chrome will have a list of sites for which it will not ask for password save. But I am not able to find it. Is there any other way if the list is not visible to us.
Re: Google Chrome : How to re-enable password save prompt for a particular site hebbet 3/14/09 6:26 AM
Switch too the dev channel http://dev.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel 
in chrome 2.0's option you find under the minor tweaks a button called "Exceptions". Click it and you can remove the sites the passwords aren't stored from the list.
Re: Google Chrome : How to re-enable password save prompt for a particular site Shocks 3/14/09 9:07 AM
I tried it and it works. Apart from crashing a couple of times before.. but that is why it is dev.
Thanks a ton Pascal.. :)
Re: Google Chrome : How to re-enable password save prompt for a particular site Naga Mahesh Kumar 10/29/10 7:52 AM
Follow the instructions in the following link. Remember to remove all the sites from exceptions tab.

http://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/answer.py?answer=95606

After doing this, restart your computer. now Chrome will offer you to save passwords.
Re: Google Chrome : How to re-enable password save prompt for a particular site Maratha 1/13/11 10:00 AM
@Dragontatt

Thanx man...........waz stuck wid dis for a week...thanx
Re: Google Chrome : How to re-enable password save prompt for a particular site pushpek 6/10/11 6:54 PM
Click the wrench icon  on the browser toolbar.

Go to tools and click "Clear browsing data" and click on "Clear saved password" and then "Clear browsing data" and then ur done
Re: Google Chrome : How to re-enable password save prompt for a particular site Moid-- 9/3/11 10:44 PM
From Browser:
chrome://settings/personal

Click Manage saved passwords.

In the Passwords dialog that appears, scroll down to the "Exceptions" section at the bottom.
To remove a site from this list, select it and click the x that appears the end of the row.
Now revisit the website and you should see the prompt to save your password information again, if you've allowed Google Chrome to show the prompt.


More from:
https://www.google.com/support/chrome/bin/answer.py?answer=95606&hl=en-US
Re: Google Chrome : How to re-enable password save prompt for a particular site kalitse 9/13/12 12:33 PM
For version 21.0.1180.89 m

Go to chrome://chrome/settings/passwords
-Scroll to the very bottom of the pop-up.
-The is a box titled "Never Saved" (depending how many are in this list you may have to scroll up a bit).
-Look for the site you want to reset. Select it then click on the 'X' to the right.

NOTE: Make sure you don't have a tab open for the site you want to reset, because if you do it will keep reappearing in the box.