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3,7 von 5 Sternen
- von flyingbag, vor 9 MonatenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenDoes what it says on the tin. However it would be far superior if it would pay attention to FireFox 'Multi-Account Containers' I am using this to clear storage and cookies when testing my authentication solutions, however I would prefer to keep on user logged in one one tab (different container) and another test user in another tab (container) and to be able to wipe storage/cookies just for one of the containers. Would make testing a breeze.
- von Firefox-Benutzer 15304590, vor einem JahrBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenОтличная чистилка, удаляет все. Для меня только один недостаток: после очистки вылетает из синхронизации firefox. Пробовал играться с настройками - не помогает.
- von Firefox-Benutzer 15254189, vor einem JahrBewertet mit 3 von 5 SternenBeing able to click once and have things deleted is over-kill because it's too easy to accidentally click it and be rid of things you don't want gone.
ETA: Thanks for the extra info.
Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor einem Jahr1) Yes, it deletes everything. Wanted behaviour. You are free to supply a patch for configurable cookie deletion.
2) Per default-preferences it deletes cookies, indexedDB and localStorage. In add-on preferences you can add "Cache" to wipe cached web content as well - if that's what you mean by "local storage files".
- von Firefox-Benutzer 10572342, vor 2 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenSimple button, cleans the cookies out nicely.
Two requests: could you consider changing the color of the icon (maybe orange so it’s not hard on the eyes) when there are stored cookies and back to green when deleted? Also, give the option to disable notification? It wouldn’t be needed anyway if the icon changed colors.
- von Firefox-Benutzer 14475323, vor 2 JahrenBewertet mit 1 von 5 SternenWish this worked as advertised but it doesn't. After clicking on the icon, I have to go back into Privacy & Security > Manage Data and delete cookies manually. I see the developer's response to some similar concerns that s/he can't reproduce the failure but it seems to be reproducible for a lot of us.Sorry to hear that your experience is negative. Please help to track this down:
Make sure that Firefox is not tricking you here. Having a tab with about:preferences#privacy open while clicking the "clear" button caches the displayed cookies in some way. Opening the 'remove cookies' dialog on this page (about:preferences#privacy) will show cookies - although they're already gone.
Please try this:
- make sure about:preferences#privacy is not open
- open a fresh tab, go to some website and log in,
- browse around to confirm you are logged in,
- open about:preferences#privacy and confirm a cookie from that site has been set.
- close about:preferences#privacy
- then click the "clear"button and browse on that site more - you should be logged out again.
- open about:preferences#privacy and confirm cookies are empty
- von Firefox-Benutzer 14268240, vor 2 JahrenBewertet mit 3 von 5 Sternen** Update (5 months later): I came across a fix to delete the remaining Storage data. In about:config search for...
Then change the value from True to False.
Not sure if it's necessary but the Service workers box in Preferences might need to be checked. After doing this all data corresponding to your checked Preference boxes should be deleted.
I like this addon but recently it hasn't been deleting all the data even though I have all boxes except History checked in 'Type of data to forget'. The time range is 'Forever'.
I tend to clear cookies a few times a day but the data that persists is listed under Storage (ie: youtube.com) and I have to manually delete it from the Manage Cookies and Site Data window. I don't remember installing any other new addons which may have interfered with this one. Anyway, thanks to the dev for an otherwise useful addon and hopefully it'll be fixed soon.Unless your Firefox has some change in internal APIs that's not possible. The Add-On is unchanged. Just checked and it works. Sorry, but from the author's perspective, your case is not reproducible.
- von CanIregisterThisTime, vor 2 JahrenBewertet mit 1 von 5 SternenSometimes deletes sessions. I restart the browser and am left with no tabs from last time. I guess it's a glitch because it doesn't do it all the time. I've lost some important work and am desperately trying to retrace my steps, but it's not looking good.
- von brotherhsu1024, vor 2 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenThank you very much. This is a relatively good component and the choices are more user-friendly, the current session retain cookies. I like it
- von Nik, vor 2 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenI like this addon because it doesnt use so many permissions like other similar addons do. Thank you for making this available to us and please keep it updated.
- von piecevcake, vor 2 JahrenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenVERY useful. Would be 5 stars if it offered a choice of current container or global.
Would be 100 stars if it could explain what each cookie did! (I sometimes don't want to log out, but need to clear whatever is causing outdated or slanted info on a page- which hasnt been fixed by deleting cache.)
- von siffe, vor 3 JahrenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenVery nice, but it's failing to clear the downloads history.
Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor 3 JahrenOnly by default- that's wanted behaviour!
(Or can you confirm that it fails to do so even after checking to clear Downloads in Extras > Add-ons -> settings ?)
- von Firefox-Benutzer 11640498, vor 3 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenVery, very, very nice add-on! Thank you!
Also, I believe it is the tiniest/lightweight add-on in its category. Congratulations!
Please, I have 1 simple question and 1 simple request:
1) Simple question: I have an add-on for RSS feeds (FEEDBRO), generating tons of cookies and webgarbage. Is ClearCookiesAndStorageButton deleting 100% of everything in the browser?
2) Simple request: Please, add an option to clean automatically every "x" minutes.
Thank you any way!
ANSWERING THE DEV: Thank you for your prompt replay. Please, allow me few comments.
1) In Extensions => Add-on => Option, even if I select everything to be wiped, cookies and webgarbage from other add-ons (FEEDBRO) are not deleted.
2) An option to clean automatically every "x" minutes, not necessary will be against "the user knows best when". For example, if "X" by default is "0", the user always will keep control. So, I hope you will reconsider the possibility to add this option. Thank you!
3) Does your add-on work with First Party Isolation and Containers?
Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor 3 JahrenThank you for the kind words!
1) The Add-On wipes every cookie (without any filtering), and every other of the browser's storage backends you select in the Add-On's configuration (Extras > Add-Ons).
2) The philosophy is "the user knows best when...", thus the button. Doing it every x minutes could end a login session you are currently using, etc. But the feature may make sense for some usage scenarios, so thank you.
3) No, it doesn't. FF's cookies semantics remain the same. The button is only a shorthand for going into about:preferences#privacy - with a few helpers for other FF data stores.
That also answers your second 1): Try a login on some page, click the button and you're logged out - as all session data stored in cookies will be gone. As it sounds, your specific Add-On (i) - an Add-On is not a web app/page - seems to store data in it's FF config area (check about:config). This data is not wiped, as it belongs to an Add-On that you installed. The button wipes (normal) web originated data.