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Is there a way to set a cookie to be stored permanently without going into Tools | Options | etc and then manually typing in the URL?

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  • 最近回覆由 mboyland

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I have cookies set to expire when I close Firefox, but want some select sites to have permanent cookies. I can make this work by by going into the Tools | Options | Privacy | Cookie Exceptions dialogue box and then manually typing in the URLs for the site I want to have permanently stored cookies. But it seems like if the website is currently open in a tab, I should be able to click something, somewhere, like"Allow current website to have permanent cookies".

Is that possible?

被選擇的解決方法

You can see the permissions for the domain in the current tab in Tools > Page Info > Permissions

  • A way to see all permissions is to click the favicon (Site Identification icon) on the left side of the location bar.
  • A click on the "More Information" button will open the Security tab of the "Page Info" window (also accessible via "Tools > Page Info").
  • Open the Permissions tab of the "Page Info" window.
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選擇的解決方法

You can see the permissions for the domain in the current tab in Tools > Page Info > Permissions

  • A way to see all permissions is to click the favicon (Site Identification icon) on the left side of the location bar.
  • A click on the "More Information" button will open the Security tab of the "Page Info" window (also accessible via "Tools > Page Info").
  • Open the Permissions tab of the "Page Info" window.

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Thanks, that's pretty much exactly what I was looking for.