- od uživatele Uživatel Firefoxu - 11995530, před 2 letyHodnocení: 1 z 5“Documentation is an essential part of any software package; when an important free software package does not come with a free manual, that is a major gap. We have many such gaps today.” — RMS.
And overbloated GUI is not a good substitute for manual. Rather the contrary. I had to use a debugger to understand what it actually does, when a user just ‘whitelist’ or ‘blacklist’ a domain. And the observed result is: it does *nothing* — it did not even try to block sending cookies to blacklisted domains.
Odpověď vývojářezveřejněno před 2 letyCheck the "Enable blacklist filtering" option on Options page.
Then enter e.g. *.google.com to the blacklist settings (or specific site like foobar.amazon.com). It does work.
There's now a Help file in Cookiebro.
- od uživatele Uživatel Firefoxu - 13445322, před 2 letyHodnocení: 1 z 5Enables autoclearing cookies every 2 hours by default on install without alerting the user about it. Cookies that it clears include Google, Reddit, Trello, etc session cookies, forcing you to immediately log out of all platforms.
Odpověď vývojářezveřejněno před 2 letySo you just installed the extension but didn't take a look at the settings at all? Point taken, the autodelete option will be off by default in new versions. We just released 2.8.0 where the default is "no periodical auto-delete". Apologies for the inconvenience.