while checking up on posts i came across yours and was reminded of the old-style way of encoding user:somepwd in a url:
http://user:email@example.com/ and checking if it works, under PB 220.127.116.11 Linux it works (albeit adding the link hangs PB and i need to kill it and start up again - a problem i often face when adding weblinks).
So simply adding "name:sdfwe@" inbetween protocol and weblink should do the trick. (substitute sdfwe accordingly).
Caveat: I would only use this with ssl-secured links (i.e. https://usr:firstname.lastname@example.org/...) and NEVER with regular http-traffic as ANY host on the way to your targethost (and some) will be able to read your login information in clear text! So: use HTTP_S_ only.
Hope this helps,chris
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