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Feature Request: An easy way to allow specific cookies

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I am blocking all cookies and only manually allow cookies that I really need.

The problem is that you have to manually type the cookie addresses (like in the first image) into "Manage Permissions pop-up Box thingy" (under Setting-> Privacy&Security-> Cookies and Website Data) which gets really annoying when you visit a lot of different websites or you are testing which one u really need and which u don't,

i would really wish for an "Allow this cookie" button (like i tried to draw in the second image) especially since there is already one for clearing.

Also i would like a way of allowing cookies only on selected sites(maybe another button for this)

but i don't know if this is even possible or if a website, once it has set its cookie, can still get access to it on another website.

I am blocking all cookies and only manually allow cookies that I really need. The problem is that you have to manually type the cookie addresses (like in the first image) into "Manage Permissions pop-up Box thingy" (under Setting-> Privacy&Security-> Cookies and Website Data) which gets really annoying when you visit a lot of different websites or you are testing which one u really need and which u don't, i would really wish for an "Allow this cookie" button (like i tried to draw in the second image) especially since there is already one for clearing. Also i would like a way of allowing cookies only on selected sites(maybe another button for this) but i don't know if this is even possible or if a website, once it has set its cookie, can still get access to it on another website.
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Hi 21blub12, This is a common request. I am not aware of any endeavor to pursue it, though.

In the meantime, I use CCleaner. It's OK for light cleaning but, one of the features is the ability to quickly & easily save cookies. And they are available to all of the browsers that I use.


(I suggest blocking CCleaner in your firewall. They have been getting intrusive with their advertising lately.)

Hi 21blub12, This is a common request. I am not aware of any endeavor to pursue it, though. In the meantime, I use CCleaner. It's OK for light cleaning but, one of the features is the ability to quickly & easily save cookies. And they are available to all of the browsers that I use. (I suggest blocking CCleaner in your firewall. They have been getting intrusive with their advertising lately.)
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