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This page currently states that "there are really only two good reasons to create a Custom account." But what if I have two gmail accounts and want Passwordmaker to generate two different passwords for them depending on the username? Can this be done without creating custom accounts? If it can be, then perhaps a how-to on accomplishing this task should be added to this page.
This page currently states that "there are really only two good reasons to create a Custom account." But what if I have two gmail accounts and want Passwordmaker to generate two different passwords for them depending on the username? Can this be done without creating custom accounts? If it can be, then perhaps a how-to on accomplishing this task should be added to this page.
--[[User:Etechnophile|Etechnophile]] 12:55, 4 December 2008 (EST)
--[[User:Etechnophile|Etechnophile]] 12:55, 4 December 2008 (EST)
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:I think there's an unsupportted method when you enter your password, but currently, no why to get around the username issue. --[[User:Miquelfire|Miquel Fire]] 22:56, 4 December 2008 (EST)
 

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