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Using Roboform in sandboxed browser

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#1 Olddogtrick


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Posted 24 June 2012 - 08:13 AM

Hello: I have Roboform Ver and Sandboxie Ver 3.72 (64 bit) and cannot make Roboform work within my sandboxed Firefox Ver 13.0.1.When I right click to use the "fill forms" option in the drop down menu,I find it is missing in the sandboxed FF.The Roboform toolbar is still available,but I have to open the Roboform editor,select the Username/Password I want from the list,and copy and past into the Username/Password fields.If FF is not sandboxed,Roboform operates normally,with the "fill forms" and "save forms" options available from the drop down menus.Interestingly,if I run IE sandboxed,Roboform works normally.I apply all windows updates as they become available,and I also have a freeware application called Secunia,which alerts me to available software updates.
I have posted the problem to the Sandboxie user forum,and haven't gotten a solution.I also raised a trouble ticket with Roboform tech support,but that is almost a week ago,and they haven't gotten back to me either.The reason I am posting here is in the hope someone on this forum has the same problem and has found a solution,thanks!

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Edited by hamluis, 24 June 2012 - 01:17 PM.
Moved from Win 7 to All Other Applications - Hamluis.

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