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Cookie Manager - http://cookiemanager.blogspot.com/ Sometimes I login to a site & it seems to forget that I've been there & the info that I've input previously. That's particularily irritating if it's a game that I've taken to a high level. If there is doc to support it, I can't find the answer to my problem. The "Save" icon at the bottom-right doesn't appear to do anything, & I don't really want to save every cookie anyway. The "Export" icon at the bottom appears to save all the cookies in a single file, which means that I'd be restoring all my out of date cookies? What I want to do is to save one, or a few cookies & then be able to add/attach them to cookies already on the computer. Is this possible?
Prior to the past couple of days (perhaps before the recent update to FF26), upon close, Firefox would delete all stored cookies except the ones related to tabs I had open at the time. When reopening Firefox, my session would be restored, and my logins to various sites would remain active. Recently this behavior seems to have changed. Despite browser.sessionstore.privacy_level being set to 0 and browser.startup.page being set to 3, Firefox keeps deleting the cookies for my session. My history settings remain unchanged from what they were before I had the issue. I have Firefox set to accept cookies from sites, always accept third-party cookies, and keep them until I close Firefox. Under 'Clear history when Firefox closes', I have everything checked except for 'Browing & Download History'. If I change 'Keep until' to 'they expire' and uncheck cookies in the clear history settings, it will retain my session cookies, but it will also retain the cookies for websites not in my session. I have not installed any add-ons recently, and I have unsuccessfully tried every combination of history settings in an attempt to reach the previous behavior before this issue arose. Curiously, Firefox only seems to delete some cookies. For instance, it remembers my Google username, but not the password or the fact that I was logged in. It also remembers the login for this forum and keeps me logged in completely. On Twitch, it seems to delete all cookies, completely logging me out. I'm using Firefox 26 on Windows 7 64-bit. Thanks for any help.
I play some long internet flash games and sometimes I am running so many programs that it crashes Firefox. When it restarts I have lost all of my game data and I have to start all over. From what I understand all Firefox cookies are stored in one document. I have Windows Vista and cannot find that document. The game cookie might be a flash cookie. I can see all of my individual cookies in firefox->options->options->privacy->remove individual cookies but it does not show its location and does not allow me to modify it. Is there a way I can protect my cookies from a Firefox crash? Is there a way to protect a cookie so that when I perform a "clear history" the cookie is not deleted? Is there a way that I can modify a cookie (so I can get more in game money and stuff)? How can I save a cookie? As in copy it, save it in a separate folder and paste it back in if the cookie is deleted? Thank you.
Hello, I have a forum set as my homepage, and just today I've been having some login issues with it. Everytime I close and reopen firefox, the cookies won't work for the site. Every other site I have cookies for work except for this one. I checked the cookies list and the cookies are still present within firefox, but I guess they just aren't loading? I haven't changed any settings in firefox or installed any new addons/themes lately. Now, whenever I try firefox in safe mode, the issue seems to go away. I've tried disabling every addon and plugin in normal mode but still no luck. I have also reset firefox completely, and then proceeded to restore a backup profile after it not fixing the problem. I've also tried reinstalling firefox. The only thing that seems to fix this problem is to set my homepage to something else other than the site. (I tried to see if the other site I set it to, which was deviantart, would have cookie issues as well but it did not) I've checked my settings for firefox over and nothing adds up. Here is the site I'm having trouble with in case it helps: http://pcpuzzle.com/forum/index.php Thanks so much.
I thought that all expired cookies should be deleted automatically by the browser. but that is not the way it happens in my Firefox (same behaviour for different web-sites). closing Firefox and even reboot of the computer don't help. the only way to remove expired cookies from Firefox is: by hand (which means I have to choose cookie in Privacy Tab of Firefox Options and press button 'Delete cookie'). well, the good news: expired cookies are ignored by the servers (tested with user script through my virtual server) but for unknown reason still continue to be stored idle in Firefox. Is that the way it should work?
On my desktop PC which is hoooked up to my TV, I have an option to remove the cookies and cashe automatically when FF closes, but on this laptop that option is gone. I installed FF only a few months back, whereas it's been on my desktop for years. Is this option now gone from new versions? This is what is displayed under privacy: http://oi42.tinypic.com/oksn13.jpg