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PostPosted: Wed Jul 27, 2011 5:11 pm 
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I don't know if this is a feature request, or general question.

I have been experimenting with the "Groups" feature but I have yet to figure out how to make a group of autologin links.

For example:
Group autolog into all my bill pay websites.
Group autolog into many different forums, social networks, YouTube etc.
Group autolog into different e-mail adresses.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:43 am 
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Well, it took watching the new YouTube instructional video on Slimbrowser to learn this, but this feature is built in since I don't know when - probably when they changed to QuickFill instead of AutoLogin.

at about 7min 20 sec: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWPSMVWiwRg

1. Groups Menu item (May need to enable at Tools\Options\Misc\Hide Groups Menu)
2. Organize Groups
3. Add Group
4. Add Saved Form...

I still have a feature request however. :D

I was unable to make a working QuickFill group using "Add Saved Form..." when the .sbfm files were located anywhere but within the main "forms" directory.

I have a few subdirectories I would like to add forms to groups, but I had to move my forms into the main folder before they would work.

For example: I have a "bills" form folder, a "forums" folder, "old" forms that I rarely use, etc etc...

Since I have over 75 Quick Fill Forms, I like to keep folders to reduce the massive clutter in my forms drop down menu.

So to be clear - my request: Enable group form filler to use forms from sub-directories


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