- Rated 4 out of 5by Mylk, 2 years agoCannot find option to show which container is the cookie in.
Update: so there is no aggregate view where I see every container, like in Cookie AutoDelete?
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 13550075, 3 years agoBest cookie manager ever. Can you add support for Multi-Account Containers? Because this extension doesn't delete cookies from containers... in my case.
Developer responseposted 3 years agoCookiebro can delete unwanted cookies from other containers as well. However, it requires that you have a tab open for that specific container. This is an unfortunate limitation that Firefox devs didn't want to fix. See https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1578096
With Cookiebro you can also inspect and manage cookies in a particular container. Just open a container tab and then access e.g. Cookie Editor with Cookiebro.
EDIT: there's an upcoming workaround in the following versions for this.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 13874759, 4 years agoCookies exportados pelo Cookiebro no Firefox não podem ser importados pelo Cookiebro no Opera (Chrome).
Developer responseposted 4 years agoThat's because WebKit based browsers such as Opera don't support "First Party Isolation" cookie option supported by Firefox. Thanks for the report though since this issue should be fixable and will be fixed in the next version.
This is now fixed in Cookiebro 2.7.5
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 13519701, 4 years agoIn 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?
Developer responseposted 4 years agoIf 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.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Tylast, 5 years agoGood replacement for my previous cookie addon. One thing it needs is for the icon to change so I know the status (white listed or not) of the current site I'm on.