Instead of deleting a cookie, I would like theoption to retain a cookie, and delete the rest in "preferences."
This is a suggestion. I'm using Iceweasel on debian wheezy. I would like to retain some cookies and delete the rest. Some cookies for bank websites I visit can be very useful. So right now, I have the option of deleting individual cookies, or deleting the whole bunch. But what I would like is to be able to selectively retain some cookies and then do a batch delete on the rest, so that only the few that I need would be retained.
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hello, you could set firefox to generally only keep cookies until you close the browser, but create exceptions for individual sites where this policy shouldn't apply: Use custom settings for history
Modified by philipp