Open source works on the "scratch-an-itch" principle, and so there should be solutions for the itches that developers have. So I must be using the wrong keywords as I just cannot track down the firefox plugin I need.
When I build a web site I need to login as different users. E.g. a normal permissions users, and an admin-level user. I've input both in, firefox is storing both of them, but it only ever offers me one. Ironically way back when Firefox was called the Mozilla Application Suite it did have this - when two or more usernames had been saved it would pop-up a dialog letting you choose. Firefox 1.5 was a two steps forward, one step back kind of release in that respect. (Of course Firefox 2 and Firefox 3 were both "0.6 steps forward, 0.55 step backward" releases, with the kicker that you need to waste time finding replacement plugins, but that is a rant for another time.)
Help! Please? There must be some firefox plugins that does this simple task.
P.S. I'm also keen to have some function that will allow me to selectively remove certain http authentications, but not the blanket "Miscellaneous|Clear Private Data|HTTP Authentication" option of the Web Developer plugin.