This ia a fine add-on that works great with Pale Moon web browser. l
Please keep this alive by hosting it at the Pale Moon Add-ons Site. Go ahead and get doen your to-do list! PM will be supporting XUL & bootstrap extensions indefinitely!
This addon has been a lifesaver, The ability to export and import cookies should be included with Firefox, which it isn't.
Now Mozilla is thumbing its nose at wonderful developers after YEARS of their hard work. It's a shame that they have decided to hasten the death of a once great browser by dumbing it down and making it a virtual clone of Google Chrome. THANKS FOR ALL OF YOUR HARD WORK ON THIS ADD-ON
Apparently this add-on won't work with Fx 57 and later. It's a shame how Mozilla keeps showing a total disrespect to add-on developers by making so much of their work go to waste...
Unless mozilla leave extensions.legacy.enabled option (which still allows run legacy addons in FF58), I have no plans castrate this addon to make a pathetic WebExtension which only capable provide a fraction of features this addon currently has. You might as well just use built-in cookies manager. Or switch to Waterfox or Palemoon
This is the best Cookies Manager.
When we'll have available for latest Firefox versión?
It's very annoying work without this extension.
Switch to Waterfox, it's author plead to continue support for legacy addons in the future.
Handy, works well, indispensable for developers. Really needs a one click delete all though.
I'm come to rely on this extension SO much, it really saddens we that Mozilla is dropping the API that made it possible. A MUST for devs and anyone privacy aware.
I open this thing and can't do a damn thing with it!
Blank screen - no cookies displayed. Search doesn't work the only thing that brings up a cookie is if I choose the option to display a cookie for the site I'm visiting.
Other than that it's completely useless - so is this a bug or a feature? I must be missing something but for the time being it's going.
Edit: Where do I enter a bug report?
Please submit bug report at https://github.com/vanowm/FirefoxCookiesManagerPlus/issues
When asked to delete cookies from a site AND to block future cookies from this site, the add-on fails: cookies are implanted time and again.
Works as expected.
If you feel there is an issue, submit it appropriately at support website or via email, not in review section.
Next version will block both http and https addresses.
この拡張機能は、Pale Moon Add-ons Site で知りました。非常に、高度な Cookies の管理が可能になるので、今や欠かせないツールです。
しかし、Mozilla は、Firefox 57 以降、XUL 仕様のサポート（互換対応）を打ち切ることを決定しており、この拡張機能も利用不能になる見込みです。
この Mozilla の方針に対し、開発者は 『（V@no - February 7, 2017 :Since Firefox 57 threatens remove support for XUL extensions, killing majority of it's addon's in the process (including CM+) and becoming pathetic Chrome clone, PaleMoon (and similar) could be the only browser CM+ will support in the future.』 で表明しているように、Pale Moon への提供に注力し、Firefox への対応を終了する考えのようです。
Mozilla は、ユーザーの利便性、開発者の負担の軽減を重視し、再考（善後策）すべきです。このままでは、Firefox ユーザーは、優れた拡張機能（Cookies Manager+）が利用不能になる残念な結果を迎えてしまいます。
Good extension, thank you!
very nice and helpful application!
I gave up on FFox a few years ago in the early days of PaleMoon.
@ V@no ... a lot of PaleMooners would very much appreciate if you could include PaleMoon in the future of CM+
Thank you for this brilliant addon :)
Since Firefox 57 threatens remove support for XUL extensions, killing majority of it's addon's in the process (including CM+) and becoming pathetic Chrome clone, PaleMoon (and similar) could be the only browser CM+ will support in the future.
This message has been sent to the extensions's coder in last December and January 16th. No reply at all, I am uninstalling this extension and looking for another one.
Using your extension, I have 2 problems:
1- I am asked my master password when I open/close the CM window, or/and when I shutdown firefox EVEN if the "read only" features are not selected (none of the 3 options are checked).
2- When I open the CM window, window is locked at a strange size: Very high (no size in fact, it is higher than FF window), I can resize it only horizontally but not vertically. Moreover the upper part when I can see cookies shows only 3 lines, I can not make it bigger (resizing does not work on the part).
I tried changing the size in the JSON script, nothing changes.
Sorry if you didn't receive my replies, I tried
For the future, I'd recommend using support website, rather then emails.
Also the Dev listen/answer when users ask something :)
This version is fast and without a freeze.
but i think synchronize native cookies viewer window doesn't work
You are correct, it doesn't work when opened from browser's options, however it works fine when opened from within CM+ window. Will be fixed in v12
Hey, there are some issues with the new version. I reported a new issue on github (62). Mentioning here as not sure whether you still use github.
I couldn't find an email and don't have a problem with you usiing it. But I just HAD to admit I created him/her/whatever. He/she/it was my creation.I call it "Tawny." Believe it or not, this image has survived since 1998 after only sharing it with a few people on IRC.It fulfilled its purpose of getting horny guys to buzz off. :) The shock value was priceless. I appreciate your work on the plugin and wish you would update it. I went with "Self-Destructing Cookies" since it's automatic..I find that cookies are rarely ever needed between sessions and keeping old ones just permits web companies to track you over time easier. Wish there was a way to stop Google from tracking us, but it seems like I'm the only one who despises that.
Thank you for the image. I've found this image and been using it since 2001.
It's a good personality gauge of a person looking at it, if they find it funny - they generally turn out to have sense of humor, open minded and just be great people. If they find it disgusting/repulsive/offensive - then they tend to have dull sense of humor, narrow minded and easily offended, aka people I try to avoid..
The contact email can be find on the right side of "About this Add-on" section of addon's page.
When google was first offering invites to people who had google accounts to the new google maps,I didn't have a google account. So,I got the cookie editor,looked at a tutorial on how to change google map's cookies,and got the new google maps without a google account! It helped me well.
Seems to do everything I could want with cookies, and makes it easy. Works fine with FF 39.0 (latest as of this date); no CPU problems as others reported. Suggestions: 1) instructions mention the app icon, which I don't see under Vista -- mention hitting Alt; 2) allow ctrl-C to copy, though that's such a minor thing that I'm really reaching; 3) can the picture. ;-)
Agree with user futurepower, see below.
(Never forget: When a dev says: "It is good" he means: "it is bad for the user, but good for me")
1) When displaying cookies in Cookies Manager+, one cookie is always automatically selected. That makes it easy to make a mistake when deleting cookies. Also, the automatically selected cookie is rarely one of interest to the user.
2) When deleting a cookie that is immediately replaced, the Cookies Manager+ Firefox add-on does not show the deletion, making it appear that the cookie was not deleted.
Google is now writing a cookie that, when deleted, is immediately re-written. Cookies Manager+ displays that Google cookie as never deleted.
That Google cookie in Firefox is re-written even when Firefox is not configured to use Google search, and there is no other add-on or plug-in associated with Google. It seems reasonable to guess that the Firefox browser cookie is written by software installed when installing Google's Chrome browser, but that is not certain. Also, it is possible that the cookie is labeled Google, but is not actually a Google cookie. However, Google has a history of installing system services without notifying the user; Google is known to be sneaky sometimes.
See this report for more information:
Report #4, Report date: Jan 26, 2015
NOTE: Mozilla's policy, "Please do not post bug reports in reviews" makes no sense. If there is a problem with an add-on, and a user takes the time to write a report, everyone who installs the add-on should be allowed to know about the problem. Problems should not be hidden by requiring each prospective user of an add-on to go to another web page full of very technical information.
Also, a prospective user who has problems with an add-on and wants to provide a report should not be required to make an account for a site that user may never visit again. That is especially true because if a user has a problem with an add-on, he or she will very likely decide to delete the add-on.
I'm working on v1.6 that pre-select same cookies that were selected in previous session, or select none if no cookies matching stored information.
The review section is not for bug reports. Period.
If one doesn't like to register at a bug tracker (support) site, then there is a support email provided. But as you see the bug tracker site is much better then email, because:
1) eliminates duplicate reports (usually), because users can see if their issue was already reported.
2) easy to track what has been fixed and what not
Love this addon!! It's been a huge help with many a misbehaving site buy letting me delete individual, specific cookies instead of deleting them all. Any chance of making a version for Firefox Android? I would love to add this to my copy of FF mobile.
Un filtre pour la liste des cookies, et la possibilité de modifier n'importe quelle propriété, c'est tout ce dont vous avez besoin.
A filter for the list of cookies, and the ability to modify any property, it is all what you need.