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Not compatible with Firefox 57
Very effective but not working properly with Firefox 57 (64 bit). The add-on is now incompatible. 5 stars if you can fix this!! ;)
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE MAKE IT FIREFOX 57 COMPATIBLE!!!! THERE IS NO ALTERNATIVE AS FAR AS I KNOW AND I NEED THIS CAPABILITY BADLY :(
maxa cookie manager not compatible with firefox? WTF?
Title says it
Дополнение конечно хорошое мне говорили друзья но проблема оно не появляется у меня вообще что мне делать не знаю
Stupid firefox doesn't keep the LastPass PHPSESSID cookie after browser restarts...but with this extension i can save the LastPass Login cookie to C:\Windows\ at example and let the Cookie Manager restore the LastPass cookie on every browser start.
P.S. i also changed the LastPass cookie to expire in 09.10.2018 so its valid for a year. Eat this firefox devs
Thank you to the developer of Extended Cookie Manager you are a life saver, now don't need to relogin to LastPass in every Browser Session. i gave 5 stars
A whitelist/blacklist button capability!
Need this for toolbar..instead of just opening manager...for full-fledged cookie management! One-tool! Thanks! :)
Great program...please add more features.
Please make an workaround to this Addon so it would work on Firefox 57 upcomming this November !
A good idea would be to add support for the new settings privacy.userContext.enabled. Now addon displays only cookies from the default container. I would like to separate tabs for containers, or any other way to manage all cookies.
If there is ever a clash with another Add-on I won't give up this one. It's so good for keeping cookies in check. Recently Google search site was taking 30 seconds to load (almost a blank page?). There were over 40 google cookies tracking everything and manipulating my session (SEME). Removed them easily and then it loaded in 2 seconds. I notice others are requesting a white-list of cookies. Would it be easier to leverage the current built-in search facility and have blacklist entries like "*google*" , "ebay", etc. in the form of search terms? This seems better from my perspective, because some retention is desirable, but I especially would like to clear down particular abusers like google by using a timed delete to prevent build-up.
Thank you for such a nice program.
Advanced cookie manager works great and the cookie monitor is a very useful and unique feature.
I was not impressed to see background connections from facebook wanting to load an fb like button in an iframe.That's totally ridiculous behaviour for a browser extension.
Because this addon violates the privacy of my Firefox browser, I can really only give this one star.
Please respect the privacy of your users to get more stars.
How to run the application, if the icon is nowhere.
The icon should be present on the toolbar. (This can be added/removed by customizing the toolbar).
Apart from this, you can also find a menu item in Tools menu.
It has an issue after FF43 update. The toolbar button became huge. I use FT DeepDark theme. Is it add-on issue or theme's issue?
Thanks a lot and all others, who brought this issue to my notice. This issue is fixed now, and awaiting review, and hopefully will be available for you in couple of days.
Thanks a lot for support once again.
Easy to keep your cookies the way you want them.
Could you make it so that I can manage cookies used in private browsing as well?
as mentioned by others, cookie protection or some sort of whitelist that is immune to cookie clearing so when clean the browser only the cookies in the whitelist or some protected list are kept, also most time you have cookies you want on a site but they also have tracking or ad related cookies so most users wanting a cookie manager are going to want a way to separate and will only settle for a cookie manager that is capable.
Like this addon but for waterfox it cause the memory to bloat fast. i know its intended for Firefox, but if it works for waterfox ill use it.
Nice plugin, but there are at latest one function missing. By example, there should be a function with would protect the selected by user cookies from accidential deletion
I suggest to add format setting of the exported cookie file, like MSIE or mozilla format.
A seemingly very sophisticated extension with tons of features that can benefit power users. Unfortunately the functionality that I downloaded it for - the ability to auto import backed up cookies doesn't work the way I would assume. It only imports them once you have clicked the CM icon / opened the add on menu instead of just performing that import when firefox loads. So it not truly auto-import - more of a one-click import. Looking at the script, I see that its not just a bug - it doesn't appear to be designed that way. The import function isn't called until the CM dialog loads. Instead could you perhaps instead set up a function which observes topics in the nsIObserverService and then calls an import function somewhere during the process of Firefox loading?
Just what I needed. Keep up the good work.
Hi, thanks for your response.
While auto-loading a cookie set on starting firefox would be useful for say, duckduckgo user preferences, I can see how it would be preferable not to auto-load in other usages so it would have to be an optional setting to cover everybody's needs I think.
It's fine as it is anyway, it's only one click to load my cookie file which is no trouble. I just wanted to check that the add-on was working properly and that I was using it correctly.
Thank you :-)
Program works as expected however when clicking on the Cookie Manager icon, the following request to facebook is made:
Bit scummy isn't it?
Don't appreciate applications submitting content on my behalf. Please remove this 'feature'.
This facebook request is only to show the number of likes from users and similar feature is used by millions of sites across the world. If you keenly observe, you can notice that, there is no user related info in the request. Hope you understand this and review your rating once.
I tried it. It's somewhat useful, but I immediately noticed two issues: First, although I can select a set of many cookies, pressing delete appears to only delete one. Second, pressing enter closes the window (very annoying).