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Unread 28-08-2007, 11:31 PM   #1
Robin McInnes
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Form Filling Add-On Available?

Hi,

I'm currently a Firefox user, but I'm considering a return to IE because
of incompatibility with a couple of websites.

One thing that really puts me off though is losing the 'InFormEnter'
add-n that is available with Firefox.

I note there are a few form-filler add-ons for IE7, but does anyone know
which -if any- works the same way as InFormEnter does?. (When activated,
InFormEnter puts a little symbol by every form on a displayed website;
clicking the symbol then throws up a list of all the names & numbers one
has pre-entered into it as commonly used form entries.)

Thanks in advance,
Robin
Cheshire, UK
 
Unread 28-08-2007, 11:32 PM   #2
Peter Flindt
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Re: Form Filling Add-On Available?

Robin McInnes wrote :

> ...
> I note there are a few form-filler add-ons for IE7, but does anyone know
> which -if any- works the same way as InFormEnter does?.
> ...

Hello,
I don't know if it works like the FF formfiller, but one of the "best"
plugins: http://www.ie7pro.com/ have a form filler too.

Peter


 
Unread 28-08-2007, 11:40 PM   #3
Frank Saunders, MS-MVP OE/WM
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Re: Form Filling Add-On Available?

"Robin McInnes" <billyzonex-gt9393@yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message
news:%23KyUMn7yHHA.1132@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> Hi,
>
> I'm currently a Firefox user, but I'm considering a return to IE because
> of incompatibility with a couple of websites.
>
> One thing that really puts me off though is losing the 'InFormEnter' add-n
> that is available with Firefox.
>
> I note there are a few form-filler add-ons for IE7, but does anyone know
> which -if any- works the same way as InFormEnter does?. (When activated,
> InFormEnter puts a little symbol by every form on a displayed website;
> clicking the symbol then throws up a list of all the names & numbers one
> has pre-entered into it as commonly used form entries.)



I use IE7's built in AutoComplete for forms.

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Frank Saunders, MS-MVP OE/WM
Do not send mail.

 
Unread 28-08-2007, 11:43 PM   #4
Robin McInnes
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Re: Form Filling Add-On Available?

Peter Flindt wrote:
> Robin McInnes wrote :
>
>> ...
>> I note there are a few form-filler add-ons for IE7, but does anyone know
>> which -if any- works the same way as InFormEnter does?.
>> ...

> Hello,
> I don't know if it works like the FF formfiller, but one of the "best"
> plugins: http://www.ie7pro.com/ have a form filler too.
>
> Peter
>
>


Peter,

Thanks for that advice. I've tried the IE7pro add-on, but although it
announces an autofill feature on its home page, I cannot find out in the
program how to use it, and nor does it seem to work automatically. I
like the adblocker in that though.

Regards,
Robin
 
Unread 28-08-2007, 11:43 PM   #5
Robin McInnes
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Re: Form Filling Add-On Available?

Frank Saunders, MS-MVP OE/WM wrote:

>
> I use IE7's built in AutoComplete for forms.
>


Thanks for that Frank. I have tried turning on the form filling part of
AutoComplete in IE7, but when I tried it it didn't remember what I
wanted to enter into a form, so it can't be up to the job...

Regards,
Robin
 
Unread 28-08-2007, 11:44 PM   #6
Frank Saunders, MS-MVP OE/WM
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Re: Form Filling Add-On Available?

"Robin McInnes" <billyzonex-gt9393@yahoo.co.uk> wrote in message
news:%23KyUMn7yHHA.1132@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> Hi,
>
> I'm currently a Firefox user, but I'm considering a return to IE because
> of incompatibility with a couple of websites.
>
> One thing that really puts me off though is losing the 'InFormEnter' add-n
> that is available with Firefox.
>
> I note there are a few form-filler add-ons for IE7, but does anyone know
> which -if any- works the same way as InFormEnter does?. (When activated,
> InFormEnter puts a little symbol by every form on a displayed website;
> clicking the symbol then throws up a list of all the names & numbers one
> has pre-entered into it as commonly used form entries.)



I use IE7's built in AutoComplete for forms.

--
Frank Saunders, MS-MVP OE/WM
Do not send mail.

 
Unread 28-08-2007, 11:44 PM   #7
Peter Flindt
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Re: Form Filling Add-On Available?

Robin McInnes wrote at 23.07.2007 :
> Peter Flindt wrote:
>> Robin McInnes wrote :
>>
>>> ...
>>> I note there are a few form-filler add-ons for IE7, but does anyone know
>>> which -if any- works the same way as InFormEnter does?.
>>> ...

>> Hello,
>> I don't know if it works like the FF formfiller, but one of the "best"
>> plugins: http://www.ie7pro.com/ have a form filler too.
>>
>> Peter
>>
>>


> Peter,


> Thanks for that advice. I've tried the IE7pro add-on, but although it
> announces an autofill feature on its home page, I cannot find out in the
> program how to use it, and nor does it seem to work automatically. I
> like the adblocker in that though.


> Regards,
> Robin


Sorry, my mistake, I only use it for 2-3 pages (Formfill from IE or
IEPro).

Peter


 
 

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