And The New Non-Standard Placeholder - And How To Remove It!

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This might bug you when typing:





Since its transition up/down is not perfect,
and it covers the real, native, input element.

If you're having uBlock origin, simply add the rule:
google.com##input[type^="password"] + div[jsname][aria-hidden]

Notes:
- perfectly safe.
- due to a parsing bug don't use [type="password"] but partial-match (*,^ or $).
- you can make it as generic as you'll like:
-- google.com##input + [jsname][aria-hidden] to fix it for other input types
-- google.com##input + [aria-hidden]
or even ##input + [aria-hidden] will do just fine, since aria-hidden are purely informational, so they can be safely be hidden (display:none as is..) or even totally removed!





In-fact, scratch that!.

The elements are still buggy and focus-stealing unless removed from the DOM,
which sadly can not be done with uBlock/AdBlock (those will simply just hide it..)

You better download the Google Chrome-extension:
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/dhgdpjkcnjbcdlhlmlogepplbicplmdm


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