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Despite you have chosen Niels answer as correct, I would also suggest a way to work around your issue. What you're talking about is likely a "basic authentication". The best way to bypass this step is to add Authorization header to HTTP requests which are sent by your browser. To do that you need to set up some proxy which would add mentioned header with ...


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Authentication via the URL has been deprecated for a while: While this may sound like a thunder from clear skies for Chrome users, it is not. The deprecation “order” comes from RFC 3986: ... 3.2.1. User Information ... Use of the format "user:password" in the userinfo field is deprecated. https://medium.com/@lmakarov/say-goodbye-to-urls-with-...


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