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Prevent users from saving their login info in the checkout flow
I have an application that directs users to complete a PayPal transaction flow, which works great from start to finish. The only problem is, this is used on a kiosk, and customers keep logging in and getting their passwords remembered by the browser. And sometimes, people are ticking the "Stay logged in" box!
Is there any way I can call the checkout flow to stop them from potentially getting their account used by the next person? I've disabled password saving, which stops the password itself from being remembered (but not the email address), but if they tick "stay logged in" there's nothing I can do it seems.