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Can I use the Firefox "Accept cookies from sites - Exceptions" dialogue by just specifying the top part of a domain?

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Can I use the Firefox "Accept cookies from sites - Exceptions" dialogue by just specifying the top part of a domain, for example using https://winehq.org to mean https://forum.winehq.org and https://bugs.winehq.org and https://appdb.winehq.org etc.?

Can I use the Firefox "Accept cookies from sites - Exceptions" dialogue by just specifying the top part of a domain, for example using https://winehq.org to mean https://forum.winehq.org and https://bugs.winehq.org and https://appdb.winehq.org etc.?

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I think that specifying the top level domain should work. You can easily see this when you open the Storage Inspector or open Tools -> Page Info -> Security to check when cookies expire.

Note that you need to clear existing cookies to get new lifetime rules applied. Firefox shows a notch on the Control Center 'i' icon to show that you made changes to the permissions, click the 'i' button to see what permissions this is about.

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I think that specifying the top level domain should work. You can easily see this when you open the Storage Inspector or open Tools -> Page Info -> Security to check when cookies expire.

Note that you need to clear existing cookies to get new lifetime rules applied. Firefox shows a notch on the Control Center 'i' icon to show that you made changes to the permissions, click the 'i' button to see what permissions this is about.

I think that specifying the top level domain should work. You can easily see this when you open the Storage Inspector or open <b>Tools -> Page Info -> Security</b> to check when cookies expire. *https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Tools/Storage_Inspector Note that you need to clear existing cookies to get new lifetime rules applied. Firefox shows a notch on the Control Center 'i' icon to show that you made changes to the permissions, click the 'i' button to see what permissions this is about.
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Please try it and report back on whether it works!

Please try it and report back on whether it works!

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Yes. I did the above, quit Firefox, restarted Firefox and I was still logged in to each of the three domains. Expiry dates for the cookies were respectively, a month's time, a year's time and 2038. Thanks.

Yes. I did the above, quit Firefox, restarted Firefox and I was still logged in to each of the three domains. Expiry dates for the cookies were respectively, a month's time, a year's time and 2038. Thanks.