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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">
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I used cookie controller to control persistent cookies and would toggle back and forth when I wanted to visit the site. Now that it has been removed I can no longer visit or purchase from any sites that I had blocked when cookie controller was removed from firefox.I downloaded the sorry replacement and I can't control the blocked cookies from there since they aren't even showing up for me to control. How can I get these cookies back?
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I have set Firefox preferences to never accept cookies, but websites are still leaving me cookies. What's up?
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Hello, new here... Is there an extension/addon/plugin for Firefox where you can view cached images on webpages so that it doesn't have to reload them anymore? Then when you have images disabled (to prevent more images from coming through from a webpage), it will just use whatever images are cached locally for that particular webpage? I have SettingSanity 1.2 extension so that I can turn off/on images whenever I please. However, this extension only fully turns off or on all images, it does not use image cache. Thus when it is turned off, all images are blank whether or not it was already downloaded to your browser from the website. This feature is built into other browsers such as Opera for many years now. This is an important feature especially for those who wish to keep webpage downloads to a minimum due to mobile data plans where your gigabytes are limited, because images take much greater filesizes than text, when all you need is to just download the image once instead of repeatedly. Or am I wrong and that Firefox does show cached images (when images are Enabled, not disabled)? If there is, where can I tweak this in options/prefs? I am on a FF version exactly a year ago. Thanks.
Last updated 3 months ago