Text Input Recover Extension is a Chrome extension by Chuck Baker. It had 938 weekly active users and an average rating of 2.81 before it was removed from Chrome Web Store 5 months ago. Text Input Recover Extension is similar to Typio Form Recovery and Lost and Unsaved Text Recovery. The last published version was 1.0.5, updated 4 years ago.
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Remembers values for input fields on a page.
TIRE attempts to save the contents of all page fields (except passwords) in which a user can enter text. Once the text has been stored and the page re-visited, the fields can be populated with the text last entered.
Complete instructions can be found in TIRE Options > About.
Text Input Recover Extension requires a lot of risky permissions and is not safe to use. Avoid installing
unless you absolutely trust this publisher.
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Not saving highlighted input fields. How are we supposed to make new posts in the support forum if we can't even register a new account to login there, "Creating a new account is currently not possible" so no support at all then, seems the developer has abandoned the project.
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