How to create several different links with the same URL?

How to create several different links with the same URL?

Postby sp² » Mon Nov 22, 2010 10:17 pm

Hello,

I'm probably stupid ^^. I used "roboform" for a few years.I've just installed "SP"(gotd). I don't know how to create several different links with the same URL ...
Let me explain. For example, I have multiple accounts on Gmail.
The URL is always the same. But the many accounts have a different name and password!
===> How to create a link between each Gmail account and the Gmail server?
PS. In this case, Roboform offers a choice (x@gmail.com or y@gmail.com or z@gmail.com ....) when it detects the google Homepage!

This is not the case for SP.I guess SP knows how to do well...
If it was not the case, it would be a shame...

Can you explain in detail please ?
It would be very nice :)
Have a nice day. Hope to read you:)
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Re: How to create several different links with the same URL?

Postby BuBBy » Wed Nov 24, 2010 7:57 am

I've also got multiple gmail accounts - and SP works the same way as you described.

http://www.stickypassword.com/help/index.html?17748.htm

(I think you've asked the same question twice).
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Re: How to create several different links with the same URL?

Postby sp² » Fri Nov 26, 2010 2:12 am

Thank you very much BuBBy. The "renowned" BuBBy ... ;)
You're everywhere and it's a pleasure!

With "your" link, the problem was solved in 2 minutes.
I'm embarrassed because everything is very clear in the "help" section...

I was wrong. The software is very intuitive!
This is the French translation which is not intuitive at all: (
And so I thought that the software doesn't allow it...
I apologize in advance with the French translator(especially if this man is a volunteer).Let me explain.
In reading your post, I decided to change the software interface in English.
And then everything became clear!
Sometimes, trying too good translation quality, we lose the "soul" of the software...
I already knew that with the French translation of the excellent "VirtualDub"(There are 7 or 8 years!)...
Since that time, I prefer to use software in their native language.
Although I'm not bilingual, it's often more comprehensive and more logical!

As an Australian,BuBBy, you can't really understand ^^

Thanks for your help +++ :)
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