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To expand upon @Gilles answer. Some sites I've encountered, won't save passwords because the user and password fields are not enclosed in a form. I've created this userscript to handle such cases: https://github.com/JavierParra/userscripts/blob/master/forceRememberPassword.user.js
If you want to transform a textarea into a vim-like code editor, this bookmarklet allow you to transform any textarea into an ace by clicking three times on it. It support vim and emacs keybindings. You can select these at the bookmarklet creation page.
It seems those ports are Chromium's attempt at discovering local web servers announced through the Zeroconf protocol, specifically the Multicast DNS protocol. Basically, it means that if a web server on the local network exist, Chromium will notice it and pop out a notification. This has been known to trigger warnings in Windows so it is disabled there by ...
If you're using Chrome, I recently release an open source Chrome extension called Vimsert. It'll let you edit any textarea within the Ace editor's vim-mode. https://github.com/gabesullice/vimsert
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