When the user clicks the doorhanger icon, or select the saved passwords contextual menu item, present a list of saved passwords in the doorhanger. * If there are no saved passwords for the domain, show all. * If there is one saved password for the domain, show it. * If there is more than one saved password for the domain, so the list filtered to the domain. * If the user has entered the username, and them opens the saved password, and no passwords exist for the domain, filter to the username provided. Details in the Doorhanger and Filter tabs of the attached Lucidchart document.
:paolo, can you assign yourself?
(In reply to Chris Karlof [:ckarlof] from comment #1) > :paolo, can you assign yourself? I'm not using this field to track the exact bugs I will be working on in the next month. If you are maintaining this field for the dashboards, feel free to go ahead and assign me to the bugs (like you did for bug 1122759).
This isn't blocked by the anchor improvements.
Panos, are we using this meta bug to track the integration of logins in control center?
I don't know that we do, we haven't been talking about this work lately in the privacy and security team meetings. It doesn't look like one of the bugs that we are tracking. Marco should know if there is another bug that we use for tracking this work or not.
We aren't specifically tracking this meta, or its dependencies, in our backlog. Looking through our backlog, we have three bugs related to login: 1188140, 1190849 and 1202680. Not sure if these three relate to Matt's original question.
To be subsumed by future Control Center bugs.