- por Usuario de Firefox 15251161, el hace 2 añosSe valoró con 5 de 5Cookie Quick Manager offers a quick and simple way to see which cookies a particular site stores, and to remove any or all which you feel needn't be on your computer.
- por Usuario de Firefox 14528868, el hace 2 añosSe valoró con 2 de 5I cannot select certain cookies to delete after searching. I have to delete them one by one from each domain, or all of the cookies that appear in the search results.
Cookie Manager from Rob W is still way better than this one. Firefox should be recommending the cookie manager from ROB W, and work on developing that one instead.In fact if you right click on the displayed domain, after doing 1 search, then by clicking on "delete" on the context menu, you will erase the cookies leaving those not concerned by your search.
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- por Usuario de Firefox 14082068, el hace 2 añosSe valoró con 5 de 5Nice! Really like this addon. Especially like ability to see container cookies, because i use containers a lot. Oh, and "Save all to file" and "Restore cookies from file" very-very appreciatable! Life saving feature i may say! Big thanks to devs. 200iq no joke.
ps. Also would be cool to have ability sort/see/and delete expired cookies. Because right now need to manually look up for them. For example on youtube with time come up frick ton of expired cookies, and it's just annoying for me for some reason. Dunno does it make ffx to go slow or something, but i just don't like expired cookies. Can you please add ability to sort and see them?Hello, thank you for your review!
To answer your questions, no, cookies do not slow down Firefox; note that expired cookies are supposed to be deleted automatically when the browser is restarted.
And yes sort functions for each attribute like the date would be appreciable. I have to think about a kind of advanced interface for that.
- por Usuario de Firefox 15200623, el hace 2 añosSe valoró con 5 de 5САМЫЙ ЛУЧШИЙ ЗАРАБОТОК БЕЗ ВЛОЖЕНИЙ!!!
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1)Переходите на сайт.
3)Нанимайте гномов, они будут добывать руду.
4)Руда будет накапливаться, относите ее на склад.
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- por GNU/Val, el hace 2 añosSe valoró con 5 de 5Nothing more to say than what ashleedawg already wrote on March 28th 2019:
"WHO KNOWS what Mozilla was thinking when they took a step *backwards* in terms of empowering users to manage their own Security & Privacy by removing the ability to View Individual Cookies... but the up-side is that it caused me to discovered THIS add-in, which is *infinitely better* than Firefox's old built-in features.".
- por KИIGHTMARE, el hace 2 añosSe valoró con 4 de 5Seems like a good addon in regards to easily managing cookies, but would it be possible to add an automatic clean up option as soon as you leave the site?
- por iG0R, el hace 2 añosSe valoró con 5 de 5Doesn't work with 67.0.1 (64-bit) version.
While opening "Manage All Cookies" the list of domains is empty.
Answer from the author:
Go to the add-ons page, click on the "Cookie Quick Manager" add-on to get to the details page for the add-on, scroll down to the part that says "Run in Private Windows" and select the "Allow" option.
Until I did this the "All" context would not show anything and some of the other contexts would also be missing cookies. I assume this is because when it tried to enumerate all the cookies, it would hit the "private" cookies and was denied access and instead of just continuing it would halt/crash the add-on.Thank you for your comment that has surely helped other users until I deploy the update (as well as many other fixes) ;)
The problem is now resolved.
More info: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/extensions-private-browsing