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My form or windows?

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Hi

A strange thing happens.... when loggin in and out from an app that I
am doing, as a number of users with different rights for testing,
something wierd happens...
1) sometimes, when logging in as a, the b, it offers "b" or a's
password as password
2) sometimes it offers passwords as usernames

Is it my form which causes this, or window is just behavining weird?
I should add, that the name of the form is alway the same, so is the
url, and the name of the to fields are not in English, so it is not
username/password.

WBR
Sonnich
Dec 13 '07 #1
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Sounds like your browser not the form. You can probably disable this
"feature" though it's settings.
Dec 13 '07 #2

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On 13 Dec, 10:32, jodleren <sonn...@hot.eewrote:
Hi

A strange thing happens.... when loggin in and out from an app that I
am doing, as a number of users with different rights for testing,
something wierd happens...
1) sometimes, when logging in as a, the b, it offers "b" or a's
password as password
2) sometimes it offers passwords as usernames

Is it my form which causes this, or window is just behavining weird?
I should add, that the name of the form is alway the same, so is the
url, and the name of the to fields are not in English, so it is not
username/password.

WBR
Sonnich
It could be your form and the way the browser interprets the names of
the fields.
It will not be windows itself.

Since you haven't shown us the form, nor told us which browser you are
using, we can't really be any more helpful.
Dec 13 '07 #3

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A strange thing happens.... when loggin in and out from an app that I
am doing, as a number of users with different rights for testing,
something wierd happens...
It could be your form and the way the browser interprets the names of
the fields.
It will not be windows itself.
Looks like IE is doing it elsewhere too...

better reinstall or just go to linux....

Dec 13 '07 #4

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On 13 Dec, 14:40, jodleren <sonn...@hot.eewrote:
A strange thing happens.... when loggin in and out from an app that I
am doing, as a number of users with different rights for testing,
something wierd happens...
It could be your form and the way the browser interprets the names of
the fields.
It will not be windows itself.

Looks like IE is doing it elsewhere too...

better reinstall or just go to linux....
Of FireFox
Dec 13 '07 #5

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