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How to keep cookies for just one site, while others are deleting on exiting Firefox?

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I would like to keep cookies for Youtube only. My setings are 'keep cookies - keep until I exit Firefox'. I also clear my history on exit, exept for site settings. Stil Ytb is sending me back to default site settings. I think problem might be about cookies, so I would like to keep them. Is there a way to do that? I use Firefox 55.0.2, on Lunux, Ubuntu.

I would like to keep cookies for Youtube only. My setings are 'keep cookies - keep until I exit Firefox'. I also clear my history on exit, exept for site settings. Stil Ytb is sending me back to default site settings. I think problem might be about cookies, so I would like to keep them. Is there a way to do that? I use Firefox 55.0.2, on Lunux, Ubuntu.

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Hi   !

If you want to allow cookies for YouTube only : When you're on YouTube, click on the little 'i' in a circle on the upper left side of the address bar (next to the padlock) and then click on the little black arrow. Click 'More Information' and under the 'Permissions' tab scroll down to : 'Set Cookies' and click 'Allow'.

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Hi   !

If you want to allow cookies for YouTube only : When you're on YouTube, click on the little 'i' in a circle on the upper left side of the address bar (next to the padlock) and then click on the little black arrow. Click 'More Information' and under the 'Permissions' tab scroll down to : 'Set Cookies' and click 'Allow'.

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Note : Your system details show that you have both AdBlock 3.4.1 as well as AdBlocker for YouTube™ 0.2.7 installed - I'm not sure if that is such a good idea ...... (AdBlock is known to cause many problems) You might consider removing Adblock and installing uBlock Origin instead :

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ublock-origin/

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Thank you; I did it, it worked!

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Koana said

Thank you; I did it, it worked!

My pleasure, and : Yay  !!!