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Unable to access google oops browser enable cookies nightly build 34
I am unable to access gmail website says cookies are disabled but they are allowed and even specifically enabled for the domains. Still unable to login. Works from chrome and IE
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Does it work in a new Private Browsing mode window?
Did you check the permissions in "Tools > Page Info > Permissions"?
Any luck with enabling third-party cookies or deleting cookies.sqlite?
I have exactly the same problem, and it does not help with private browsing mode.
Neither does a clean profile with no extensions. The problem also seems be the same regardless of Windows or Linux platform, or 32/64 bit.
Furhermore, the very same build of Firefox 34 that managed to login to Google previously, a few hours ago, does not work anymore. This of course indicates a change in the Google end not compatible with Firefox 34.
However, the following does indeed work, but is more to be seen as a clue to what is going on than a practical workaround:
- clean profile, default settings, start Firefox 31, log in to Google account and exit Firefox without cleaning cookies.
- start Firefox 34 and it will be logged in to the Google account.
Modified by FrejaTheCat
That is this bug:
- bug 1059074 - Cannot log in to Google Accounts
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The workaround is to toggle this pref on the about:config page:
- network.http.spdy.enabled.http2draft = false
Ok the workaround works but now I have to log in every time I close firefox. Use to just be able to check the box keep me logged in and I would not have to log anymore. Did this get broken too?