Rated 2 out of 5by CanIregisterThisTime, 5 years ago
Doesn't always work. I've actually been using this addon from nearly its beginning. I've advocated for it online. However I've noticed that recently it will not get rid of some cookies. Reddit cookies in particular like to stick around, and I do not have reddit whitelisted. I'm not a developer and so I cannot fathom why it's keeping these cookies when it's supposed to remove them. It keeps them even after browser restarts. Also the extension's menu doesn't fit in its little box and so you have to scroll to read it. It's time to try a different addon.
- Rated 3 out of 5by firedoge, 6 months agoI think this is not nessecary on Desktop, the "Data protection-Cookies and Website data - Manage exceptions" should deal with that.
Essential on mobile, to delete all cookies apart from selected sites. I integrated it to my custom addon collection
it works pretty great! The UI is usable although a little small, and Addons are able to modify cookies and site data on Firefox Mobile.
A mobile interface with bigger buttons would be great.
I will ask the developers to add the addon among others to the official list.
- Rated 1 out of 5by HKJunkie, 8 months agoProblem is - it does not delete any cookies. After enabling on-leaving for the domain, and closing the tab. And exiting the browser. And again closing the tab. The cookies, per Mozilla, all 10 of them from the domain are STILL THERE. Makes this useless.