I was a long time Firefox user who years ago switch to Google Chrome. I use Gmail and Youtube on Windows10 Pro here. I rely on getting notifications via the browser when… (read more)
I was a long time Firefox user who years ago switch to Google Chrome. I use Gmail and Youtube on Windows10 Pro here. I rely on getting notifications via the browser when certain Youtube streams go live.
Recently I figured I would give Firefox another go. I tried Firefox 65.0.1 however whatever settings I changed in the browser I could not get the notification window in the lower right corner to pop up when I a stream went live. I downloaded and installed Firefox beta and that fixed the problem.
However another more pressing issue is my current battle. I use multiple Gmail accounts and always have relied on the browser to log me out of my Gmail sessions. Well in Firefox it does not. I have tried using browser.sessionstore.privacy_level = 2 in about:config as well as telling Firefox to remove Active Logins in History. Neither made a difference. When I closed Firefox and started it back up and when to Gmail I was automatically logged in.
I then tried telling Firefox to delete mail.google,com cookies aka current session only. Well that worked but too well. I use 2FAuthentiction on my accounts and telling Firefox to delete either mail.google.com cookies on browser close also removed my 2FA cookie requiring me to re-enter the rolling code on ever login.
Is there no way in Firefox to simply log me out other than remembering to use the Gmail logout option BEFORE I close the browser?