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How do I accomplish "ask me everytime" for cookies?

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One response to this problem was that the option could be found under "Keep until", but that doesn't appear in my dropdown. If you tell the doctor "It hurts when I do this", his response may be "don't do that", but he probably won't cut off whatever you're doing it with. I.e., if a feature isn't working right for some people, don't remove it, fix it!

One response to this problem was that the option could be found under "Keep until", but that doesn't appear in my dropdown. If you tell the doctor "It hurts when I do this", his response may be "don't do that", but he probably won't cut off whatever you're doing it with. I.e., if a feature isn't working right for some people, don't remove it, fix it!

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philipp
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hi jr1037, the ask me anytime option for cookies was removed in firefox 44, which was supposed to happen for a long time (bug 606655).

i would recommend the following setup instead: in the custom history options choose "keep until i close firefox" as a default option & set exceptions for the few sites where you want stay logged-in across sessions. this way you'll have less work to do over all and a privacy-minded setup after all.

or as an alternative you could also take a look at an extension like https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/self-destructing-cookies/

hi jr1037, the ask me anytime option for cookies was removed in firefox 44, which was supposed to happen for a long time (bug 606655). i would recommend the following setup instead: in the custom history options choose "keep until i close firefox" as a default option & set exceptions for the few sites where you want stay logged-in across sessions. this way you'll have less work to do over all and a privacy-minded setup after all. or as an alternative you could also take a look at an extension like https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/self-destructing-cookies/