- by Firefox user 14347746, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Terrific add-on (for a short time, when I opened it and clicked on "Search" I got the message "Failed to fetch cookies from cookie store firefox-default: First-Party Isolation is enabled, but the required 'firstPartyDomain' attribute was not set", which was fixed by the developer with a new version 1.5). Thanks for your excellent work!
- by Firefox user 13523982, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Initially. I stumbled around trying to figure out how to work the query tool. Now, I think it's the best cookie manager in a while. Sure, it looks more like a character-based user interface but I'm ok with that; in fact, its growing on me the more I use it because that interface offers a LOT of flexibility (power).
- by stevansonium, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5I am giving this a high rating because it's the best cookie manager in Firefox I've seen that supports Quantum. That said it's far from perfect, just from using it for a couple of minutes:
1) The URL Search does not seem to work, and almost got me to immediately uninstall (fortunately the Domain search works well)
2) The UI is not pretty, but functional (also why does it ask for confirmation to delete a cookie? It's not a big deal if you accidentally delete a cookie anyway)> 1) The URL Search does not seem to work
Can you share an example of a query, with the expected and actual results?
> 2) The UI is not pretty, but functional (also why does it ask for confirmation to delete a cookie? It's not a big deal if you accidentally delete a cookie anyway)
I am prompting for confirmation because mass-deletion of cookies is a destructive operation. The deletion can be undone via the UI ("Restore"), but I have added a confirmation just in case.
I am wiling to add an option to reduce the number of prompts, if desired.
The review system is not a good place for discussion because of the lack of notifications, so please follow up by mail or Github.
- by Firefox user 13541625, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5This extension will NOT delete cookies with V57.0.
To test this extension, I started by trying to delete expired cookies.
You can select them in the UI and click the "remove selected" button at the bottom and they will be greyed out in the list but that is it. If you refresh the list they are not greyed out any more.
Since there is a "restore selected" button I thought maybe you had to close the tab to complete the delete but that didn't work either. I even set the FF Tracking Protection to Never.
What am I missing????
Looks like V1.4 fixes this issueWere you trying to delete cookies with a red expiry date?
If not, are you using any non-default browser settings?
If yes, install the latest version (1.4) and try again. As of 1.4 such expired cookies are explicitly deleted if needed.
"All software published under my personal name is free of ads, spyware and other nonsense."
- by Taurean, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5A little inconvenient but it works!
A pop-up UI would be nice instead of enabling / disabling it.
RE: Either one would do.
EDIT: Thanks for taking my suggestion!Do you mean an extension popup (e.g. https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/Add-ons/WebExtensions/user_interface/Popups) or a separate tab/window?
Edit: Implemented in version 1.3
- by Firefox user 13131993, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5It's the only add-on I find to show session cookies in private window but still it can't delete cookies in TorBrowser [7.0.1 (based on Mozilla Firefox 52.2.0) ], throwing this error:
`Cannot modify 1 private cookies because the sites are not reachable. Try to temporarily disable Tracking Protection at Settings > Privacy.`
Tracking Protection is off (It's so by default in TorBrowser). I disabled NoScript but didn't help. Any idea?
And where is 1.3? :)
I got 1.3 from git repo and It worked! thanks following this!There are a number of issues that cause this problem (the worst one being https://bugzil.la/1381197). I have implemented some work-arounds in version 1.3 so that the extension works in most cases in the TOR Browser .