Atomic browser does not http authentification

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  1. vroum_1000

    vroum_1000 iPF Noob

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    Hello,

    Atomic browser (last vesrion) does not remember the passwords it is annoying.
    Is there an option I missed or is it a bug ?
    Thanks
     
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    OUTL4W iPad Addict

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    I also use atomic and all the websites/forums I belong to have a lil check box for "remember me" beside the username/password login fields which works.
     
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    donka iPad Junkie

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    Yip, they will be stored in cookies - works fine for me.
     
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    Same here. Damn, this is so annoying... Any way I can fix this? I thought Atomic saves passwords...
    Which other browsers can do this?
     
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    heyholetsgo iPF Noob

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    Push, no other help. I actually like Atomic and don't want to switch...:(
     
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    heyholetsgo iPF Noob

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    Browsers won't store passwords

    I downloaded several third party browsers and I really prefer them over Safari if there weren't one "tiny" detail. Neither Terra, Icab nor Atomic save my passwords.Wtf? There must be something wrong with my Ipad because Safari does save the Passwords....
    My Ipad is NOT jailbroken. I have enabled auto fill forms. Is there any other option i the Browser settings I haven't found?

    Thanks for help!
     
  7. richsadams

    richsadams iPad Super Guru

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    I like the Atomic Browser myself. According to their website it is capable of saving passwords...

    I don't have time to look right now, but I suspect it's a preference setting. Check their website for more info...

    http://atomicwebbrowser.com/

    Since you've already started a thread on this subject, the two will be merged.

    I've used iCab as well and it will save passwords. In the toolbar click the "+" sign And select "save forms".

    Hope that helps and enjoy your iPad!
     
    Last edited: Aug 17, 2011
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    tyreless iPF Novice

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    I think the way it is meant to work is that, when you tap to enter a username and password on a web site, the keyboard will show options including "save" and "fill". You use these options.

    Cheers,

    Geoff
     
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    This is how Atomic Web works for me. I log in almost daily to IPF via Atomic - once the forum loads, I press the "User Name" block and then, when the keyboard comes up, I press "Fill" (on the keyboard). My info gets entered and I press Log in. This works on all sites I've got log in info saved...

    One thing I have notice about Atomic, however. You have to be at the specific screen where you initially saved your log in information. For example, the IPF log in screen is where I've saved my password data (iPad Forum). However, when I sign out, I get an option to sign back in again. But, since it is not the same web address as the initial screen, the log in information will not work. Atomic is very specific as to which URL that log in information is attached. I hope that makes sense...

    Marilyn
     

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