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Has worked with many new FF versions (and now withFF 34) IF you force compatibility, for example by using the addon "Disable Add-on Compatibility Checks 1.3". I checked all similar addons not long ago but this was still by far the most flexible, and easiest and fastest to use. Thanks!
Benutze es seit Jahren ohne Probleme und es funktioniert auch noch im Firefox 20.x und sogar in den Nighlys sowohl 32-bit wie 64-bit. Ein absolutes Must Have!!!
Best and simplest addon for per-site cookie management, full stop. Still working fine with FF4-5, but would be nice if the dev could keep up with the version bumps so I don't have to keep hacking the .xpi. Great job.
Please correspond to firefox4.
It works great for me ! I would advise any user of this browser to use it.
The fifth menu ("Clear cookies from example.com") seems to work strange. It does clears the cookies for addons.mozilla.org for example, but it does not so for email.www.ee and bunch of other websites. Why is that?
But it is a really helpful addon though.
I've tried out several cookie-control extensions and this one is my favourite.
Just install this add-on and configure Firefox to keep cookies "until I close Firefox", and controlling which cookies your browser keeps becomes a breeze.
Works fine on 3.6 for me, the only thing I would like is a brighter icon in the status bar.
refused to install on FF 3.6
Nice utility -- I have always denied cookies when possible, only enabling them on trusted sites. However, in IE and FF it requires many clicks to go into Options, find the Cookie Exceptions, and write in the domain. Thanks for providing an easier way to do this task.
Unfortunately, it still requires a bit more effort when I *do* want cookies enabled. The reason is that the cookie menu only provides options for the sub-domains, not the 2nd-level domains (e.g. google.com, vs. www.google.com). If you could edit the menu to provide those two choices, it would be even more helpful.
Example menu structure I'd like to see:
Default, Reject, Accept, Session
Default, Reject, Accept, Session
VIEW COOKIES for GOOGLE.COM
Thank you for this product and I look forward to future updates.
1984 - Needs more ways to say "no" to a variety of cookies and crumbs and other unfriendlies: Note - it's on my list, but : Most of us select these with much fear. We need an outside (of the industry) group of coders to vet the sourcecode. It's in my kit, but I'm still afraid which side anybody is on these days.
I did a quick hack to get this working on FF 3.5. Seems good to me so far (functioning well and not crashing Firefox!) This was the last extension keeping me from going to 3.5.
Great extension... simplest one to use if all you want is a simple and easily accessible (quick click) means of accepting cookies from your trusted sites, leaving all others denied, and also specifically deny on a per site basis for those you know you'll never want to accept from.
I have tried going to rel.3.5, but had to come back to 3.0.x because this extension and many others don't work there.
Others that don't work on 3.5: Card Games, Cookie Button, Foxylicious, Media Player Connectivity, Spell Check, Sage-Too, Tab Mix Plus, Translator, and Web Developer, just to name a few.
FireFox is all about its' extensions... How 'bout we stop putting out major new releases that leave the better extensions not working.
If you don't intend to continue to support your extensions into the future, please don't bother in the first place... step aside and leave the niche your extension fills to someone that will stay up with new releases.
You are doing more harm than good releasing something useful, only to fail to maintain it.
One of my biggest must-have extensions. Turning off cookies saves my privacy, being able turn them back on selectively *AND EASILY* gets me back the functionality i would otherwise miss. Firefox 3.5 support is missing so far, and this is the biggest reason for me not to upgrade.
This made it so much easier to only accept cookies of trusted websites. I'm using this extension for a while now and had no problems on windows or linux.
Very easy to use and does the job, cheers.
Until the feature to "accept session cookies from parent domain" and "accept cookies from parent domain" is added, this just doesn't work well. I have used this for a long time, but for too many sites, like yahoo.com, you NEED this option or the addon is not useful. Bug 12636 has been open for this for about 3 years now... I must disable this addon until this feature is added.
I have the same problem as First Last: I wanted to delete the facebook-cookies and block them, but nothing was deleted or blocked.
For the browser the www-prefix is nothing else then a subdomain.
The problem is, that the plug-in does never assign the opened subdomains to the 2nd Level-domain. So when the domain forwards you to a subdomain you will not be able to block the domain of itself and if the domain is using several different subdomains it causes a lot of work to change the status for all of them separately.
This plugin is fantastic, but it requires one additional feature. In the case of facebook, I'm able to add www.facebook.com and login.facebook.com, but what I *need* to be able to add is .facebook.com -- and I still have to go to edit->prefs->privacy->exceptoins to do it.
Good, but please make:
1. Icon color changes between Allowed, Session, Blocked (see Permit Cookies).
2. Temporary allowed (see NoScript).
Good idea and it works. However, it's not visible enough because only a tiny part of the already small status bar icon changes. The entire status bar icon should change, preferably changing colour.
The files for the Cookie Series for FF3 are at the homepage...
...And links here
cookie button 0.9: http://downloads.mozdev.org/basic/cookiebutton0.9.xpi
cookie context 0.9: http://downloads.mozdev.org/basic/cookiecontext0.9.xpi
cookie status button 0.9: http://downloads.mozdev.org/basic/cookiestatusbutton0.9.xpi
FF3 Compatibility is now available thru the homepage
FF3 Compatible Add-on for the Cookie Series are located in the homepage (above)
This is a great little add-on, but a bit outdated now. Any chance of a FF3 compatible version?
Please, pretty please?