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I do not know the mechanics of when FF updates cookies to the cookies.sqlite DB. Some articles claim that cookies are only saved to the sqlite DB on session close. However, I have found that cookies do get updated to the sqlite DB before the session is closed. However, this is not consistent. The behavior is unpredictable when writing and deleting cookies within short time spans. I have attempted to use the meta tag to force the html to not cache data but this doe not work. (This would be a nice feature if it worked since I could selectively sync just cookies related to the required pages thus reducing overhead.) <meta http-equiv="Pragma" content="no-<b>cache</b>"> <meta http-equiv="Expires" content="no-<b>cache</b>"> <meta http-equiv="Expires" content="-1">
Solved — Last updated 4 months ago
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By using the Privacy settings, I assumed that All Cookies, Cache, etc., had been removed. CCleaner states differently.Before Signing off of the Net', I've been using the Privacy settings to clear all Cookies, Cache, etc. When I return to My Desktop, I ran Ccleaner, & it States the complete opposite, & Shows Cookies, Cache, etc. Which one is Correct?
Last updated 2 months ago
I have set Firefox preferences to never accept cookies, but websites are still leaving me cookies. What's up?
Last updated 4 months ago
Why did Firefox change from automatically deleting Cache at 350 to now seemingly encouraging all kinds of cookies from all over the place????Firefox had an automatic setting that cleared the cache at 350. I would clear my cache every time I turned on my computer. Now, it seems to be encouraging cookies from everywhere and everyone with no limits all of a sudden. Why the switch? Why wouldn't I want to keep clearing my cache as I've always done? Why the switch, Firefox???
Last updated 1 month ago