Safari Keychains?

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  1. manchild

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    So, whenever i start up Safari, (recently upgraded to Panther 10.3.9) it says something about replacing my keychains in Safari? i keep on hitting no, because it says changes cant be changed.
    I can get the exact message later, if needed.
     
  2. colosodian

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    keychain is the password manager.

    its probably asking if you want to import previous safari keychains, aka passwords you had saved to use in safari in 10.3.9
     
  3. manchild

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    is there anyway to get it to stop saying this? i have no idea what my previous keychains were, and i dont want to have to switch back to firefox (just switched back to safari)
     
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    why not just say yes? it wont hurt anything.
     
  5. manchild

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    because, i dont know waht the passwords are for, and if i dont know them, and it like asks me a password for whenever i want go online, it'll mess me up
    or, is it like the passwords for websites (gmail and yahoo and OT?)
     
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    mmkay, i just hit yes, thanks Man.
     
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    you can always go into your keychain manager and look at what usernames/passwords are stored in there.
     
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    passwords for gmail, OT, etc...
     
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    Somehow the other day my keychain got deleted and apparently all my cookies as well, not too happy about that one.
     

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