Is it too much to ask that the "Exceptions - Cookies Site and Data" dialogue box has some kind of search function? It is almost impossible to search through hundreds of entries to find the one you need to unblock or change. The Sqlite file permissions.sqlite is of course a binary file so we cannot go and search there. This has been the case for years and years and no recognition that somehow when you put an entry in a large list you may just want to change your mind without spending hours finding the entry or even being able to check if it exists or not. Just like the cookie dialogue please put a search function here. It's not rocket science!
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Espacenet, a patent site, says I can't download patents into my Firefox unless Firefox is setup to accept cookies from their site. How do I do that? I have version 78.0.a (x64 en us). Thank you, Joe Mangino Jr. firstname.lastname@example.org If you would be able to find the time, I sure would appreciate it. I am on a deadline. Sorry if this post came through twice. Thank you, Joe Mangino Jr.
I've been digging into an issue about the "A web page is slowing down your browser," and it seems that the most frequent explanation for this is corrupt cookies/cache. However, the issue wasn't repeatable on my site. After some digging, I found that its possible for a corrupt `cookies.sqlite` if the max file size has been reached and a suggestion that FF automatically resets this `cookies.sqlite` store when this happens. I suspect that this issue happened when the user maxed out their cookies, causing a corrupt `cookies.sqlite` file. Then, when they restarted FF, their store had been cleared and they had no problems. However, I cannot find any documentation about FF behavior when in handling corrupt cookies or resetting the `cookies.sqlite` file. I'm looking for some concrete answers. What is FF's cookie store limit, and what is its behavior (if any) when the store is maxed? Worth mentioning, this was FF on Linux. I don't know the specs beyond that.
Now the browser version Firefox Quantum Extended Support Release 68.4.1esr (32-bit) for Alt Linux is installed on my computer. Upon request by the POST method in the specified browser from the Apache server on the same computer loads a static web page with the following META tag in its header: <meta content="name=password; PATH=/" http-equiv="Set-<b>Cookie</b>"> After that, cookies must be created in the browser. Really they are created - in other browsers (Chrome and Opera), but for some reason they ceased to be created in the Firefox browser. What is the reason for this and is it possible to resume and track their creation in Firefox? I would be grateful for any answer on this question.
Since we no longer have access to individual cookies, there doesn't seem to be any way to view or search them. Yes, I can look at the cookies loaded by a given page, but that's not what I mean. I want to look at all the cookies that the browser is storing. How can I see this information?
I need to be able to enable cookies for some web sites, but I can't figure out how to do this in FireFox for iOS.
Cannot clear the sign in field nor can i add new usernames to it. They randomly are added, but not sure how. Have cleared all cookies, and nothing is in the username/passwords for this site.
firefox 55.0.3, accept cookies unchecked, cookie allow exceptions do not work-- basically they are ignored. Earlier versions worked.
Firefox 55.0.3, windows 10 The goal is to not accept any cookies except ones that I specifically allow. (For example for my webmail account.) I am trying these settings: Accept cookies unchecked. cookie exeptions allow. Tried all combinations for "always use private browsing mode" and "clear history when firefox closes." Basically it ignores the cookies exceptions. This used to work fine on previous firefox versions, on other computers. The failure described here occurs for installations of firefox 55.0.3 on two different windows 10 computers.
I have been asked by a web site, because I couldn't access info, maybe I should clear my cookies and cache. Is this advisable? What consequences are there to do this procedure, good and bad? Thank you.
Attempting to send email (gmail account) in Thunderbird using Firefox. 'Accept cookies' is ON. Thunderbird insists it's OFF. Nope, it's ON. IMAP enabled. Thunderbird receives all my incoming messages but says I can't send anything out unless I "accept cookies".