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Cookies, logins, closing tabs question

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Yes, I know I was only just complaining about all my logins being lost when I start firefox. This is (to me) a different question.

Ok, I get it, security is important and remaining logged in is usually a good idea. But as I am one person and it is my machine......

But there is a twist to this.

Places like shops / e-bay / amazon / etc.....

I log into them, do my stuff, and close the tab/window.

The log ins are kept.

(Side story) I seldom / never "quit" Firefox. As is, I turn on the machine. If/when needed I start firefox and that's that. When I'm done I just shut down the machine. (firefox still "running".)

Next time I turn on and start firefox, things are as I left them.

That is the ideal situation for me.

I've since discovered that there are a few ways to "exit" firefox.

FILE/QUIT quits firefox. Menu/QUIT does the same. But if I go through and close the windows: that's a whole other story. Likewise if I go out of firefox, RMB on the icon and say QUIT.

So, how do I make sure that if/when I close a tab (I'll keep it at that level as that is what is logged into the site, not necessarily the window) the cookies are wiped?

In the settings/privacy / TRACKING I have CUSTOM set, with all the boxes ticked. DO NOT TRACK is set to ALWAYS Alas (due to local reasons) I have Don’t enable HTTPS-Only Mode set.

What am I missing? Thanks in advance.

Yes, I know I was only just complaining about all my logins being lost when I start firefox. This is (to me) a different question. Ok, I get it, security is important and remaining logged in is usually a good idea. But as I am one person and it is my machine...... But there is a twist to this. Places like shops / e-bay / amazon / etc..... I log into them, do my stuff, and close the tab/window. The log ins are kept. (Side story) I seldom / never "quit" Firefox. As is, I turn on the machine. If/when needed I start firefox and that's that. When I'm done I just shut down the machine. (firefox still "running".) Next time I turn on and start firefox, things are as I left them. That is the ideal situation for me. I've since discovered that there are a few ways to "exit" firefox. FILE/QUIT quits firefox. Menu/QUIT does the same. But if I go through and close the windows: that's a whole other story. Likewise if I go out of firefox, RMB on the icon and say QUIT. So, how do I make sure that if/when I close a tab (I'll keep it at that level as that is what is logged into the site, not necessarily the window) the cookies are wiped? In the settings/privacy / TRACKING I have CUSTOM set, with all the boxes ticked. DO NOT TRACK is set to ALWAYS Alas (due to local reasons) I have '''Don’t enable HTTPS-Only Mode''' set. What am I missing? Thanks in advance.

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Hi

Have you tried Private Browsing mode? This support article should help:

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/private-browsing-use-firefox-without-history

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