The Auto-login 2.0 release is going well so far. But we’ve found some special cases when you might prefer version 1.0. So we have added the option to switch between versions.
When Would This Be Useful?
Example 1: The new Passpack It! button works well on Firefox 3+. However certain plugins, for example NoScript, may cause it to fail. Auto-login 2.0 release uses iframes as a sandbox to avoid Cross-Site Scripting (XSS), yet NoScript blocks all code running in iframes. There’s no fix for this. So, if you are a Firefox-NoScript user, you will need to switch back to the older version. Other plugins or settings may cause similar problems.
Example 2: On Chrome 2 and Safari 4, the new Passpack It! button works sometimes, but not always. For this reason the Auto-login 2.0 release was not activated by default. However, if you really want to, you could try the new version.
The option to switch is available under Auto-login > Install your button. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and read the instructions. You can always reverse this action if you want.
Want To Help Test?
Naturally, if you would like to help us complete testing Auto-login 2.0 on browsers that we have not officially supported yet – use this option to force Auto-login 2.0 and let us know how it works.