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Chrome Canary new release: Microsoft's contributed "display password" feature enabled (Figure)

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2019/8/29 9:00:51     readed:111

Sometimes we can't fully confirm that it is completely correct when we enter the password. We only know it after clicking Submit for authentication. Therefore, some websites currently allow users to temporarily check the passwords they have entered, and most websites usually hide them with the "*" symbol. to this endMicrosoftI hope to get a consistent experience by adding new buttons to the password field so that users can display your passwords when using Edge, Chrome, and other Chromium browsers.

If you want to test this feature, you can do the following

1. Make sure you are using the latest version of Chrome Canary, which can be downloaded from the link below this article.

2. Try to log in. When you enter the password, you will see the “Show Password” button. After clicking, you can see the password you have entered.

This function displays an eye icon on the password field. When you click the icon, only the password text is visible, or you can display it by pressing the Alt+F8 shortcut. Some users may question the security of this feature, but rest assured that the Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome display password buttons are currently only displayed when you enter your own password, and those that are automatically filled in via the browser or previously saved on the page will not be displayed. Will allow display.

Windows x64 Chrome Canary version

The latest version of:78.0.3894.0

File size:54.33 MB

Updated:19 hours ago







Windows Chrome Canary version

The latest version of:78.0.3894.0

File size:53.65 MB

Updated:18 hours ago







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