Review by dane
Rated 1 out of 5by dane, 2 years ago
Easy to disable FPI with a click, but it won't enable FPI without restarting the extension.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Lani, 2 years agoI'm having trouble using it on Ubuntu Linux.
On does not work properly after Off.
instead of addon,
~$ sed -i 's/privacy.firstparty.isolate",\ true/privacy.firstparty.isolate",\ true/g' ~/.mozilla/firefox/default-release/prefs.js
This allowed me to turn isolate on and off in the terminal.
But I would have been happier if this addon had worked properly.
- Rated 1 out of 5by SharkTH, 2 years agoYou can enable this in about:config
privacy.firstparty.isolate set to true
- Rated 5 out of 5by s69, 4 years agoVery nice add-on, works like expected, only Apple iCloud in the browser doesn't load, have to deactivate the add-on it prior, after loading one of the "apps" I can activate it again. But I rarely need this, only sometimes when I'm at work. Indeed a whitelist would be nice, but not possible like you statet below.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Patrice, 5 years agoSimple and clean add-on, does what it needs to do with just a click (activate or de-activate).
Complete perfectly my other privacy add-ons and it has NO conflict with them (u-block origin, editThisCookie, bloody viking!, Grammarly, User Agent switcher, and few others).