How to set Enhanced Tracking Strict as default but Standard for specific sites?
Firefox 80.0.1 64-bit; Windows 10 Pro
When Enhanced Tracking is Strict some websites lose functionality.
The only options seem to be.
Disable Enhanced Tracking for that site
or Set Enhanced Tracking to Standard or Custom for all sites
So far, the frequented websites all seem to work with Strict except one and, for it, I would like to have it set to Standard rather than none.
If I am correct, let me know. if wrong, either direct me to instructions or just tell me. Yes, I have looked.
PS. My current option, for that one website, is to run Firefox in a separate Sandbox and set all websites to Standard.
All I know (keep in mind that I'm a contributor and not a hired support so I don't know everything) is that the only option there is is to do what you've already seen. All I can think of is to just hit the "Disable Enhanced Tracking for that site" and that's that.
DaneQuane, Thank you for responding and for confirming what was thought to be true.
It is not an issue. I just wanted to verify there was no way to do it. Using Sandboxie other options are available.
If this is only about cookies then you can try to create a cookie allow exception with the proper protocol (https:// or http://) for involved third-party domains as listed as blocking if you click shield icon.
Thanks, but that is not the only issue. I am looking for as much security as possible. Luckily, using Sandboxie I have one sandbox set to strict and another set to standard. Problem basically solved.
Thanks for helping again!
After getting back from strict to standard tracking, sites do not display, I can't use them. I uninstalled firefox, reinstalled it, still not solved.
O, I do not understand the issue you are having. 1. It is not the same as the question asked so you are unlikely to get help from the experts in this post. My suggestion is to create a new request. After stating the question add detail as to the steps taken to recreate your issue.
2. However, in my case I can change security from Strict to Standard, refresh the page and play FB video. (Making it sounds like you have a security application that is protecting you.)
FYI: The only site I have an issue with is Facebook which our Church uses to live stream. Facebook says no to a lot don't they! Can't talk about issues they don't support and can't watch your own video unless you lower your browser security so they can learn about you (Can't run in private window or with strict tracking protection).