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How can I ask firefox not to share cookies betwen two different windows, but to share them between tabs of a same window?

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Hi there :) I would like to know whether there is a possibility to tell Firefox (whichever version) not to share session cookies between two different windows?

I'm running a Web based oracle tool called DBHawk and Oracle sessions are the same according to your cookie session. I would therefore like to compare values between a specific object from one Oracle connection to the other.

With Internet Explorer, I can do that by default (cookies are shared between tabs but not between windows). But with Firefox, the cookies are always shared, making this impossible to do.

I hope I have been clear enough :-) And I really hope this is possible with Firefox, as V4 is very nice with this ability to enlarge textareas.

Kind regards, julien

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Unlike IE, Firefox runs all windows from the same firefox.exe process, so all cookies are running in the same "session" whether it be separate tabs or separate windows.

Try one of these extensions for multiple cookie sessions, and see of one of them will allow you to do what you want.
Multifox:
http://br.mozdev.org/multifox/
Cookie Swap extension:
https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/3255/
Cookie Pie extension:
http://www.nektra.com/oss/firefox/extensions/cookiepie/

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Unlike IE, Firefox runs all windows from the same firefox.exe process, so all cookies are running in the same "session" whether it be separate tabs or separate windows.

Try one of these extensions for multiple cookie sessions, and see of one of them will allow you to do what you want.
Multifox:
http://br.mozdev.org/multifox/
Cookie Swap extension:
https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/3255/
Cookie Pie extension:
http://www.nektra.com/oss/firefox/extensions/cookiepie/

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Thanks a lot!! Multifox solved my problem :-) Thanks for your reactivty! Kind regards, julien