109 Bewertungen
  • Doesn't work with 67.0.1 (64-bit) version.
    While opening "Manage All Cookies" the list of domains is empty.
    Answer from the author:
    Go to the add-ons page, click on the "Cookie Quick Manager" add-on to get to the details page for the add-on, scroll down to the part that says "Run in Private Windows" and select the "Allow" option.
    Until I did this the "All" context would not show anything and some of the other contexts would also be missing cookies. I assume this is because when it tried to enumerate all the cookies, it would hit the "private" cookies and was denied access and instead of just continuing it would halt/crash the add-on.
    Thank you for your comment that has surely helped other users until I deploy the update (as well as many other fixes) ;)
    The problem is now resolved.
    More info: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/extensions-private-browsing
  • Very well made. Thanks! I give it 3 stars, because the extension is missing a "Create" button that allows the creation of a new cookie. At the moment, if I want to create a new cookie, I have to modify an existing one and change all attributes.
    It would be nice if there was a "Create" button to make a new cookie, with all fields blank (or sensible defaults) and ready to be filled in by me.
    Thank you for your comment; indeed I did not think of this use case where we created a cookie from sctrach.

    Note that if you click on the "edit" button you unlock fields that will lead to the creation of a new cookie from a cookie already present.

    I will think about setting up a button to start from an empty template.
  • opt-out of ads speeds up WWWeb somewhat !


    just disable all domains there so you get 130+ opt-out cookies.

    with these in place and google analytics opt-out add-on Websurfing speeds up noticeably even with uBlock in place.

    save + restore (or protect from pristine profile) the opt-out cookies for fast web.
  • there isnt ability set any cookie read only like Cookiemanager+
    Hi, there is indeed a (technical) limitation on this subject.
    The question is addressed here: https://github.com/ysard/cookie-quick-manager/issues/55
    In fact this type of "blocking" is much more a role for a firewall like uMatrix (an excellent addon on this subject and I can not hope to do better :) ).
  • WHO KNOWS what Mozilla was thinking when they took a step *backwards* in terms of empowering users to manage their own Security & Privacy by removing the ability to View Individual Cookies... but the up-side is that it caused me to discovered THIS add-in, which is *infinitely better* than Firefox's old built-in features.

    Ten minutes with this app and I've already learned a bunch of stuff I didn't realize before, in terms of who's tracking me how/where/when, PLUS the ability to modify your cookies so that you're sharing what you want to, when you want to.

    Now all I need in an in-depth tutorial about different types of cookies, pros/cons, and so on.

    Great job Ysard, thank you.
    Thank you for your full and encouraging review :)
    Feel free to suggest improvements or mention bugs on the development repository: https://github.com/ysard/cookie-quick-manager