- by Firefox user 15033269, a year agoRated 3 out of 5For deleting cookies this is superb. But as it's matured it has become incredibly complex with so many options but too few explanations as to how to master the add-on. Being a bit of a privacy geek, I want to reject all cookies that track and exploit my details but have an EASY option to make the site remember that I've rejected everything not essential. Instead I have to constantly keep rejecting everything. It's always back to square one As per usual every individual uses an individual phrase when searching for the answer. If it is in FAQs, I don't have the patience to read a War & Peace to find what seems an obvious request.
Developer responseposted a year agoYou can choose to keep selective cookies that are essential to your case per site. You'll need to find the cookie that keeps that rejection config. Feel free to open a support issue through our GitHub repo if you need any further assistance.
- by Firefox user 16845552, a year agoRated 1 out of 5Doesn't perform its primary task efficiently anymore, simply deleting cookies! Becomes too complicated and doesn't delete even after several requests! I don't trust this application anymore!
Developer responseposted a year agoIf you are using strict mode, it is a known bug. On GitHub, I explained that the bug is due to the new cross-site cookie isolation introduced in 86. This is enabled if you use strict mode or set it in custom. This is a bug in Firefox Webextension API itself and it is out of our control.
- by mecki78, a year agoRated 5 out of 5Just the best. Can clean up all data that can be used for tracking and the ability to control exceptions for every category per domain makes it the most useful must have addon.
- by Maleficient, a year agoRated 5 out of 5Excellent for the private life, it cleans everything !
It really does clean up and not just partially.
In addition, it does so automatically.
Why Firefox does not integrate such functions natively ? Mystery !