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Inline autocomplete mimics behavior in Netscape Navigator 4.x as well as Internet Explorer (when IE's inline autocomplete is activated). As you type, entries you have previously typed that closely match appear highlighted after your typed text. Inline autocomplete mimics behavior in Netscape Navigator 4.x as well as Internet Explorer (when IE's inline autocomplete is activated). As you type, entries you have previously typed that closely match appear highlighted after your typed text.
-'''a.''' Type <code>about:config</code> in the location bar+To enable it, do the following:
- +# Type [[about:config]] in the Location Bar
-'''b.''' Right-click on the page and create a new boolean value+# Right-click on the page and create a new boolean value
- +# Type <code>browser.urlbar.autoFill</code>
-'''c.''' Type <code>browser.urlbar.autoFill</code>+# Set the value to <code>true</code>
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-'''d.''' Set the value to <code>true</code>+
==See also== ==See also==
[[Disabling autocomplete (Firefox)]] [[Disabling autocomplete (Firefox)]]

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This article applies to Firefox and Mozilla Suite

Inline autocomplete mimics behavior in Netscape Navigator 4.x as well as Internet Explorer (when IE's inline autocomplete is activated). As you type, entries you have previously typed that closely match appear highlighted after your typed text.

To enable it, do the following:

  1. Type about:config in the Location Bar
  2. Right-click on the page and create a new boolean value
  3. Type browser.urlbar.autoFill
  4. Set the value to true


See also

Disabling autocomplete (Firefox)