needs to be easier to "unwhitelist" a site Rated 3 out of 5 stars

I've been using this for a while, and it's great in many ways, reasonably simple, good-looking icons, and the ability to remove cookies that were added is handy.

However, I find myself often wanting to whitelist a site temporarily (eg. Facebook) without turning on all cookies globally, especially now with the new "private windows" in Firefox 20. So unfortunately, I have to look for a different addon, or hope this one can be improved.

The problem is that once you click the Whitelist button, it's not simple to revert. It turns grey and becomes inactive. If you click it again, nothing happens. If you want to "unwhitelist" a site, you have to open the whitelist window and remove the exception by hand.

It would be so much nicer and simpler if the button would just toggle, and immediately unwhitelist the site!

I don't think it should just turn blue though. It might be better if it would indicate the status of whether a site is whitelisted or not, like the Cookies button lights up when cookies are accepted, and goes dim when not. So then the "+" sign would probably not be the right symbol to use.

Being able to unwhitelist by simply clicking again on the button would earn an extra star on this review, and an additional option to delete the site's cookies when you unwhitelist it would get five stars, and my thanks!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (2.2.1-signed). 

For temporarily accepting cookies, the Cookie button is definitely the right choice. I usually do what I wanted to do on the website and then turn the Cookie button off again. Of course I forget to do this occasionally, which I don't see as a problem, since any unwanted cookies that have accumulated are eventually thrown out. For CWWB I usually pick convenience/simplicity over micromanagement.

The Whitelist button is for permanently accepting cookies from a small number of websites. Since that decision is rarely reverted, it does not need a "quick-unlist" operation.