Obviously, I can't give you a site to test this on for security reasons, but here's the details: If you have a site with OWH, you get an online control panel page that has roughly 30 seperate links to control things like email aliases, site statistics, PGP, and the like. Normally, when you bookmark your main control panel page and subsequently visit it, the page asks you for a name and password before it loads (in Moz, the sheet dialog drops down). Once you enter the name and password, the control panel page is loaded and you can go about your work, selecting and choosing whichever of the specific control items you need. However, when I try this with Mozilla, the browser asks me to enter and save my new password every time I click on a new item, instead of seeing every item as accessible via the initial name and password (which it should). This works fine in IE 5.x (doesn't keep asking for the password each time you click on something). Password Manager seems to work OK elsewhere when only one ID and password are required (say on a UBB site or an e-commerce site).
Couldn't you ask OWH to set up some kind of temporary account for Moz.org to test this on? I'm sure if it's something on their end they want to make sure their services work with Mozilla....
Reassigning unconfirmed form and password manager bugs to the new owner
firstname.lastname@example.org, can you still reproduce this problem using a current nightly build? Have you notified OWH of the problem, and gotten any response?
No response from reporter for three months. Resolving WFM.