- by duerra, 4 months agoRated 3 out of 5This was great and an extension I use every day. I still use it every day on desktop. Then Mozilla decided to put the clamp-down on extensions on mobile and now it's no longer available on Android. PLEASE MAKE THIS AVAILABLE AGAIN ON ANDROID! The product description still advertises this as being supported on Android.
- by seeley, a year agoRated 3 out of 5I'm enjoying this cookie manager however:
1. In the "Manage all Cookies" page, PLEASE add TRASHCAN icons that appears when HOVERING over each domain and each cookie item to immediately click on that particular trashcan icon to delete a particular domain or cookie (whether "Sub-domains" is selected or not selected). PLEASE. I'm sure this would be a greatly welcomed feature. I'm tired of right-clicking to delete a domain. Thanks.
2. "Sub-domains" and "Auto Refresh" are always unticking (unchecking) themselves!!!! This is brutal.
Thanks for your consideration.
- by MicahStone, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5This comment is RIGHT ON: Rated 3 out of 5
by Firefox user 13260415, a month ago
"Delete current context cookies" deletes nothing. What current context means to you?
Please, add "Delete all cookies except protected".
---A one button click to "delete all except protected" would make this a 5 STAR add-on !!! It would also be desirable in the list of all cookies to clearly show which are protected and which not !
Developer responseposted 2 years agoHi, the contexts of navigation or contextual identities were introduced with Firefox 53-57, this function erases all the cookies of the context used by the displayed tab when you call it.
In an update I will display the name of the context used.
Also i discovered a little bug in the main interface when you call this function. Under certain conditions the user should manually actualize the interface to see the cookies disappear.
> Please, add "Delete all cookies except protected".
When you "delete all cookies" only the protected ones remain.
It would not make sense to be able to protect a cookie when it could be erased in the same way as any other cookie.
> It would also be desirable in the list of protected cookies
Yes, that's right, I'm thinking about it.
- by vv, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5opt-out of ads speeds up WWWeb somewhat !
just disable all domains there so you get 130+ opt-out cookies.
with these in place and google analytics opt-out add-on Websurfing speeds up noticeably even with uBlock in place.
save + restore (or protect from pristine profile) the opt-out cookies for fast web.