Hodnocení: 4,5 z 5
Hodnocení: 4,5 z 5
- od uživatele Uživatel Firefoxu - 14417615, před 2 letyHodnocení: 5 z 5This is a good cookie manager. The only issue I have is that even following the advice to enable blacklist *.* and then add trusted sites to whitelist, the unwanted cookies are still stored temporarily. They can be set to autodelete every minute, but is there any way to block them immediately so they are never stored at all?
EDIT: Yes, but non-whitelisted cookies nonetheless appear under 'sites with unwanted cookies.'
- od uživatele Antonio, před 2 letyHodnocení: 5 z 5Excellent cookie manager with a good balance between functionality and friendliness. It could improve its UI a bit, for example, by grouping subdomains on its main domain, or filtering the search results instead of highlighting the results, but that doesn't affect my 5-star rating. Great extension, would install again.
- od uživatele Uživatel Firefoxu - 14364664, před 2 letyHodnocení: 3 z 5Cool addon, but cookie search is a bit strange. It would be more logical to filter search results according to searched expression. If this functionality is added in the future, I will increase my rating :)
- od uživatele Andis Grosšteins, před 2 letyHodnocení: 3 z 5Cookiebro is a functional cookie manager but UI needs some work and UX improvements.
For example: Current search implementation in cookies editor is of little use when there are more than a few dozen sites with cookies and I have 477 sites. Filtering and displaying only matching entries would be a much better approach. Just like the old Firefox cookies manager or about:config page.
I'd like to also suggest merging all different add-on pages in a single page with tabbed UI.
- od uživatele Uživatel Firefoxu - 13519701, před 2 letyHodnocení: 4 z 5In the "pre webextension" era i used Cookiemonster, block all Cookies @default and whitelisting the cookies i wanted with the addon in the firefox intern Cookielist.
Is this with Cookiebro not possible?
Delete ALL Cookies if you click "clear unwanted cookies". Cookiebro completely ignore all Firefox Settings. Not nice ... :-/
Why you dont use the firefox intern cookie lists to manage the block/whitelist?
Thank you for your answer. I change the rating. If webextensions cannot access the firefox list, of cource you can't change this.
One last question: Your addon can delete "pluginData" at startup. Where is this storage place?
Odpověď vývojářezveřejněno před 2 letyIf you want to block all cookies by default, first check "Enable blacklist filtering" in Options. Then enter one line to blacklist: *.*
WebExtensions don't have any API for accessing the Firefox internal cookie whitelist settings so it's impossible to use the Firefox internal settings inside a WebExtension.
If you have any questions or support needs, we can help you at email@example.com
Please consider revising your star rating.
- od uživatele Uživatel Firefoxu - 14145875, před 2 letyHodnocení: 5 z 5This is exactly what ive wanted! Before i was running firefox with no cookies allowed and had to add domains manually to firefox exceptions list, and without wildcard support, it become a bit of a mess for sites with many subdomains. This plugin blacklists every site by default and allows export of cookie permissions, which is super awesome! Really love this plugin so far. :)
Feature request: Allow syncing of cookie permissions somehow so it works across all computers for the same account.