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  1. Thanks for your help, BUDDY! :D Anyway, i've uninstalled Firefox and moved to Chrome! Too much steps to solve the problem for just one site. Still NO problems with Chrome. Greetings.
  2. Dude, i've tried everything, i mean EVERYTHING! But, the problem still exists. Strange thing is: i have no problems with the same site: https://moodle2.ugd.edu.mk/login/index.php on Google Chrome v75.0.3770.100 (Official Build) (64-bit). The fields are automatically filled. Here's a picture: It seems that the problem is with FIREFOX, but NOT with CHROME. Anyway, big thanks for your help! :)
  3. FLOOD Thanks for your answer!!! Settings -> General -> Autosave and autofill -> Loggins and passwords ALREADY selected / checked 2nd try: Same setting first unselected, then selected, problem still persists, key is still grey https://moodle2.ugd.edu.mk/login/index.php Cookies are already ENABLED for that site The only difference from the last time is that now the key icons are shown in the fields. In both cases, nothing happens when i click on the icons, not even showing "Filling out loggins and passwords is disabled in application settings". No settings were changed in Firefox and KPM, this problem came ONLY with the newest Firefox v67.0.3(64-bit).
  4. Hello. Today i've upgraded Mozilla Firefox Quantum from v67.0.2(64-bit) to v67.0.3(64-bit). Also, i have installed Kaspersky Password Manager Add-on for Firefox v4.1.15, updated may 14, 2019. But, i think that the latest version of Firefox and the Add-on are incompatible. On some websites the "key" icon is GREY, while on other sites the "key" icon is just missing. This never happened with Firefox v67.0.1 and 67.0.2, i never had any problems on those sites. I posted 2 photos to see the issue. Any help? Thank you. //Mod Note: moved to proper section.
  5. That's strange. I've contacted them several times, and they responded to me in no more than 1 or 2 days.
  6. Today i contacted the admin of the site, and he told me that they already know that the certificate has expired and the problem will be solved today or tomorrow. Anyway, thanks for your answers, guys. I appreciate it! :) Now, you can can mark this Topic as SOLVED or LOCK it for further comments.
  7. Today when i tried to visit this site with Google Chrome v74.0.3729.108 (64-bit): https://forum.kajgana.com/ i got these notifications: So, my question is: Am i safe to visit this site or i'm not safe and should not visit that site until the problem with the certificate is not solved? Thanks for your answers! :)
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