- by Firefox user 14698481, 5 months agoRated 3 out of 5The Cookies are just automatically beeing accepted and thats the reason why the warnings are not supposed to be shown
I hoped that not only the cookie warnings would not be shown, but especially that these will not be accepted. That should be the point
- by Firefox user 13284126, 7 months agoRated 3 out of 5Works fine but injects random text into the html tag and doesn't explain why. Not suggesting this is malware, probably for some type of cookiewall, but I would like to see this explained somewhere and not have my DOM messed with.
-edit- Can't reply as far as I know. It definitely is this extension. Check common.js and common8.js.
- by Schmurtz, 8 months agoRated 3 out of 5The EU regulation which many people criticize in these comments are a true progress in your own liberty and rights. I agree to said that the implementation is really bad on most of websites and there is something to do. But take the time to read carefully what is RGPD and what is changing with this regulation and you will see that it has been made for you, to protect you.
For the author, you really should precise what does it mean "I don't care about cookies" , does it mean that it click by default on "accept all" or "reject all". I think that it matter for all the users of this extension that probably (for some of them) take care to their privacy...
Developer responseposted 8 months agoThanks for the review, Schmurtz!
Generally, I agree with you, users should know what the GDPR is all about. From i-dont-care-about-cookies.eu: "Please educate yourself about cookie related privacy issues and ways to protect yourself and your data..."
While privacy is important and the law is probably here because of us, somehow the implementation of that law is going terribly wrong. Nobody will ever find the time to read all the policies on a daily basis before accepting the policy of every visited website, especially users of this extension who mostly delete all privacy data automatically when closing the browser and are faced with the same policy acceptance pop-ups every day. It's just too much. So instead of user blindly accepting and moving on, here is the extension that does so.
I will add an explanation so the users know how the extension gets rid of warnings (in most cases it just hides and blocks them; it automatically accepts cookie palicies only when it's needed for the website to function properly). Thanks for the suggestion :)
- by kuumapete, 8 months agoRated 3 out of 5Not available on Firefox for Android.
Developer responseposted 8 months agoYou should rate Firefox for Android then, not my extension :) Firefox team decides for some reason which extensions can be available there. Please join the conversation, maybe they'll add it if users demand it: https://discourse.mozilla.org/t/when-will-my-extensions-become-available-on-firefox-for-android/66013
- by Firefox user 15275301, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5Loved this extension. Unfortunately, the latest version 3.0.4 prevents automatic logon to adithd.com, so I disabled it and I'm waiting for a bug fix.Did you mean adit-hd.com? I can't notice any problem I'm afraid... Please contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with some more details, I'll be happy to fix it if it's possible. In the meantime, you can disable the extension only on that particular website and let it work elsewhere, no need to disable it everywhere.
- by Firefox user 14790351, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5Version 3.0.3 breaks login function of hotcopper.com.au
Adding hotcopper.com.au to exclusions list does not solve the problem.
Will need to disable this extension until the problem is resolved, thanks.
- by Firefox user 14676466, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5causes problems with many websites (onlyoffice.eu, mytf1.fr).
I know I can add exception, but finding which FF plugin is involved is a pain.It's the same with any blocker which tries to do whatever it can to do its job. I don't see a problem on these websites (they were never reported the proper way). Please contact me by email (email@example.com) or via the Report link in the extension's menu and provide some more info, I'll be happy to fix it!
- by #98374, 2 years agoRated 3 out of 5It works pretty good, but requests too big permissions like access to logins and passwords among many other. Can not find the link to open source platform like Github.
- by Firefox user 14285360, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5Would be perfect if there was a way of hiding it from my context menu. Can it be done?
- by Firefox user 12994681, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5I love that it deletes cookies that I want deleted, but I HATE the constant notices at the bottom telling me how many cookies it deleted EVERY SINGLE TIME I CLOSE A TAB... Very annoying.
- by Firefox user 13372069, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5In the past (before the last W10 fall edition) it works very well. Now it didn't work anymore. :(
- by maxoku, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5Does it really need to refresh all tabs after update? After new update I encounter new problems with the context menu. It shows a communicate like the extension can't work properly on this domain. Later it starting to work allowing to enable/disable the extension on this domain. But if go to other tab (with different domain) it shows only do enable/disable for the domain of the previous tab, not current one. It wasn't this way after first update to web extension cuz I needed to disable on all domains I frequently use. And could you add the whitelist to the extension settings already please?Whitelisting is still on the TO DO list, it will be added but it doesn't have a high priority. You are the only one who requested it :)
I cannot reproduce the tab/enable/disable problem, and I have really tested it through. The moment you switch to a different tab, the context menu updates.
About refreshing all tabs after update... you are totally right. This will be changed in the next version. Thanks for the hint!
- by Firefox user 11233046, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5Your add on is a marvelous relief for my nerves, but doesn't work well in some sites and breaks some pages that have forms; this, one, for example, in:
the "Mensaje" (Message) field disappears, but works well if I just disable I don't care about cookies. It doesn't happen in all the pages with forms, the majority don't experience any issue, but it does in many. The bug is present too in the version for Firefox Android.