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Since updating to 63 Firefox is superceding my cookie management software which now shows 0 cookies. How do I fix this? I don't want to use the Chrome extension

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I've read the articles available so far and don't see a good solution. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

I've read the articles available so far and don't see a good solution. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
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WestEnd
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What is the software.

What is the software.
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Cookie by SweetP Productions. I use it with both Firefox and Safari. I like the quick and easy control it provides

Cookie by SweetP Productions. I use it with both Firefox and Safari. I like the quick and easy control it provides
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WestEnd
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So what are you expecting that is different in the Browser from the software? Using two software to do the same thing will not work as one will conflict or the Browser will stop the software from working as the Browser is controlling the cookies.

So what are you expecting that is different in the Browser from the software? Using two software to do the same thing will not work as one will conflict or the Browser will stop the software from working as the Browser is controlling the cookies.
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I have been using Cookie for years with Firefox, no problem. I can manage from there. Now it's not passing the info to Cookie or something because now Cookie shows 0 cookies on everything, but when I got to Firefox, of course all of my cookies are still there. Somehow Firefox is superseding or preventing Cookie from getting the info. I believe this started with the 63 update which made changes to Firefox cookie management

I have been using Cookie for years with Firefox, no problem. I can manage from there. Now it's not passing the info to Cookie or something because now Cookie shows 0 cookies on everything, but when I got to Firefox, of course all of my cookies are still there. Somehow Firefox is superseding or preventing Cookie from getting the info. I believe this started with the 63 update which made changes to Firefox cookie management
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P.S. Cookie has many more management options

P.S. Cookie has many more management options
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