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|User since||September 12, 2012|
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Rated 3 out of 5 stars
When it works, it works. But I have a couple problems with it.
Sometimes I have thousands of cookies to go through, and I will delete a lot and protect a lot. However, when I close Firefox and go back in and open CookieCuller to see the remaining cookies, my previous changes have not taken effect. I have to go through the entire process again, and sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't. Just moments ago, I deleted hundreds of cookies with CookieCuller, and closed out of it. When I reopened to make sure the cookies I deleted were gone, some of them were still there. It took 3 times of deleting those cookies until they were actually gone when I reopened CookieCuller.
Also, one site can leave numerous amount of cookies. There is no way to tell which cookies I need, and which I can delete. For example, every time I visit Google, there are new cookies that have an unprotected status. I already have dozens of Google cookies protected; do I need to protect the NEW Google cookies? There is no way to tell what data is in the new cookies. The only cookies I want to save are login type cookies. So in addition to the dozens of specific site cookies I already have, I now have to protect a bunch of new cookies for that site. I just don't get it...