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I want in Kubuntu 17 to move from Firefox to Chromium

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  Hello,
1) I want in Kubuntu 17 to move from Firefox to Chromium
In Chromium I found the menu item “Import bookmarks and settings”
It can be useful for transferring all my bookmarks from Firefox into Chromium.
But how to transfer passwords? Lastpass - look not good when Ineed to transfer existing passwords?

2) I mean that if now in Firefox Lastpass is not installed, then at its installation my existing passwords will not be entered in the database
Lastpass? How can I somehow?


3) I used Password Exporter ( https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2848 ), but now I got error that

Not compatible with Firefox Quantum

with my Firefox Quantum 58
I tried some other plugins I found, but failed.


Could you advice some plugin to export my passwords from my Firefox and to import them to Chromium ?


Thank you!

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If your passwords are saved using firefox's built in password manager, then chrome should be able to import them as part of the 'Import bookmarks and settings' process as far as I know. It can on windows at least.

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  Could,you, please, to point where “firefox's built in password manager” is located and how did you open it ?
I tried to open it on my firefox and did not find it. I did not find such menu item neither in extentions:
https://imgur.com/a/4uH2H
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If your passwords are saved using firefox's built in password manager, then chrome should be able to import them as part of the 'Import bookmarks and settings' process as far as I know. It can on windows at least.

Could you please to say your OS and Firefox version, which has “firefox's built in password manager”  ?

Thanks!

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