- by ArkhamCookie, 19 days agoRated 5 out of 5A nice and customizable way to take care of cleaning cookies, cache, etc. The wiki/github page helped me fix an issue I was having; it is very well written and organized.
My one suggestion is to make a setting so it doesn't clean add-ons, but you can solve this by moz-extension* to stop it from cleaning them. You can also just disable one by doing the full url.
- by nmp2022, 20 days agoRated 3 out of 5Does not work any where near as well as it used to when I first got it. Now it leaves MANY cookies behind in Firefox 95.0.2 Standard mode
- by Termie , 2 months agoRated 2 out of 5every few days, all allegedly protected cookies incl. stored/key'ed-in site data, log-in's etc. get nevertheless erased completely.
[𝗨𝗽𝗱𝗮𝘁𝗲] This seems to be solved for now after I´ve inserted URLs whose cookies this add-on wanna allegedly protect by itself, additionally in Firefox/Privacy&Security/Cookies-and-Site-Data/Manage-Exceptions. Nevertheless this add-on is anything but thoroughly with cleaning. Although "Automatical Cleaning" is enabled, and clicking "Clean now" at the end of an online-session, e.g. CCleaner (with it´s own "keep cookies" exception list ofc) nevertheless finds 150+ cookies to erase. So sadly not convinced of this add-on, looking for an alternative now.
Developer responseposted 2 months agoIf you require some support please use our GitHub repository and open a support issue or a support discussion topic.
[Reponse to Update] - we are aware about the additional cookies that we are now able to access and clean up since Firefox 94, and will be able to remove those in a future update. Also note that CCleaner may find additional items that we cannot detect through the WebExtension API. This is out of our hands unfortunately.
- by Godsholyangel45, 2 months agoRated 4 out of 5I would REALLY appreciate it if you could develop a dark theme for the toolbar popup and the settings pages of this webextension.
Otherwise, it is a great addon!