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I cant download from google drive on firefox version 95.0.2 windows 10

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Whenever I try to download something off my google drive, text pops up in the bottom left corner, but then nothing happens. It works just fine on microsoft edge, so I think its a firefox issue and not a google drive issue. I tried refreshing my browser, deleting my cookies, updating my browser, turning off enhanced tracking protection, and anything else I could think of. Please help.

Whenever I try to download something off my google drive, text pops up in the bottom left corner, but then nothing happens. It works just fine on microsoft edge, so I think its a firefox issue and not a google drive issue. I tried refreshing my browser, deleting my cookies, updating my browser, turning off enhanced tracking protection, and anything else I could think of. Please help.

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Standard didn't work either

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Wow! Will need someone more Web savvy to chime in on this one.

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I appreciate the help though, thanks

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Did you allow these cookies? see screenshot These are the cookies that I see in the bottom left corner of the browser when trying to download. Let me double check my video to see if I missed anything.

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Even though the cookie doc-0c-3g-docs.googleusercontent.com is allowed, it appears to be blocked in the Web console.

Modified by jonzn4SUSE

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You can use the Storage Inspector to see what cookies get created and create a cookie allow exception for specific third-party domains.

Modified by cor-el

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I allowed all of the cookies, but still no results. I tried pulling up the web console again, and it said content security policy: ignoring "http". Does this mean the cookies are still being blocked?

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cor-el said

You can use the Storage Inspector to see what cookies get created and create a cookie allow exception for specific third-party domains.

When I used the storage inspector, there was this string of code that said something like "firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never be complete."

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cor-el said

You can use the Storage Inspector to see what cookies get created and create a cookie allow exception for specific third-party domains.

Here is what I see and have made exceptions for, but no joy.

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The doc cookie appears to be an issue even though it's allowed. Your thoughts...

Request to access cookie or storage on “https://doc-0c-3g-docs.googleusercontent.com/docs/securesc/47hl6m2g9i54fodttppvls21aooj4rou/54sqj3jbi15vbe4mgnsq5sj1i3552gc0/1640454900000/07585784033109255128/07585784033109255128/1X_VAg9gQOrv3peAXfRMqvCmEaeYItctT?e=download&authuser=0” was blocked because we are blocking all third-party storage access requests and content blocking is enabled.

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Custom cookies work with "Cross-site tracking" and "Cookies from unvisited website", but not for All third-party cookies. I've given all the cookies shown in the console access, but still not working.

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