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Firefox 65. Remove any cookie - go to "cookies and site data" then "Save Change". But the "Save Changes" button is not there! My changes are not saved !?

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According to the official Firefox procedure shown online, in order to remove individual cookies, go to Options-Privacy-"Cookies and Site Data", Manage Data. All cookies are listed in that screen. Select the cookie to remove then click on the "Remove" button. After all individual cookies have been selected and 'Removed', finally, click on the "Save Changes" button and exit the screen.

The problem is, NO "Save Changes" button exists on the screen in Firefox 65. And, in fact, when I exit the screen and reboot Firefox - none of my changes to the list of cookies are actually done.

How to I really manage to permanently remove specific cookies ??

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Oh shame, shame on me! I'm so embarrassed ! I found my own answer. Initially, I was tired and simply did not have the "Manage Cookies and Site Data" screen pulled open wide enough. Returning to the problem this evening, I pulled the bottom of the screen down further and - lo! and behold! - there was the "Save Changes" button. All works perfectly now. So glad this feature is still there.

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Oh shame, shame on me! I'm so embarrassed ! I found my own answer. Initially, I was tired and simply did not have the "Manage Cookies and Site Data" screen pulled open wide enough. Returning to the problem this evening, I pulled the bottom of the screen down further and - lo! and behold! - there was the "Save Changes" button. All works perfectly now. So glad this feature is still there.