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Autofill will not work???


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I consider myself an above average mac user but have no been able to get autofill to work on ANY forms. I have glims installed on my Safari but other than that all my passwords autofill???

Is there some way to designate which card in address book to use. It worked for me for years and i cant remember when it stopped working......but it has been a while

Any suggestion will be appreciated.

Rob

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Are the Auto Fill checkboxes enabled in the Safari preferences?

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I just figured it out, after a year, from nenad Thanks to all


These are the steps;
1. go to System Preferences
2. select Accounts
3. make sure you are looking at your name (admin) and also in "Passwoord" page.
4. click on Address Book Card: OPEN

after this you should be in Address book looking at "me" vCard. There should be dark human shadow icon before your name, and this was exactly the trouble one. Before, I was checking my vCard, but that icon was not there.
If you need to edit your informations (i did copy my addres, tel. emails...) do that and then go to safari and try to find page where you could test autofill.

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