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i cannot access a site due to cookies being disabled. I tried to accept cookies for this site, but it will not save the settings

i cannot access a site due to cookies being disabled. I tried to accept cookies for this site, but it will not save the settings

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Eminye Imininingwane

shusseina 5 izisombululo 57 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

Please see the support article Websites say cookies are blocked - Unblock them.

Let us know how you get on.

Please see the support article [[Websites say cookies are blocked]]. Let us know how you get on.

Umnikazi wombuzo

I tried this setting under Tools, Pricacy, use custom settings for history and clicked the accept cookies. But, when I go back in, the setting is not saved.

I tried this setting under Tools, Pricacy, use custom settings for history and clicked the accept cookies. But, when I go back in, the setting is not saved.
shusseina 5 izisombululo 57 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

Thanks for your reply.

First we need to determine if you can save any preferences/settings. Change a trivial setting (e.g. select the Always ask me where to save files setting under the General panel - see Startup, home page, tabs, and download settings). Close and re-open the General panel, is the setting saved?

Then have a look at the support article How to fix preferences that won't save.

Let us know how you get on.

Thanks for your reply. First we need to determine if you can save any preferences/settings. Change a trivial setting (e.g. select the '''Always ask me where to save files''' setting under the '''General panel''' - see [[Options window - General panel]]). Close and re-open the General panel, is the setting saved? Then have a look at the support article [[Preferences are not saved]]. Let us know how you get on.

Umnikazi wombuzo

I checked the option "Always aks me where to save files"

I checked the option to "enable cookies" - but it did not save

I then followed the commands to: Delete those files and any prefs-n.js files where n is a number (e.g. prefs-2.js). Delete Invalidprefs.js if it exists.

But, these files did not exist

I checked the option "Always aks me where to save files" I checked the option to "enable cookies" - but it did not save I then followed the commands to: Delete those files and any prefs-n.js files where n is a number (e.g. prefs-2.js). Delete Invalidprefs.js if it exists. But, these files did not exist
shusseina 5 izisombululo 57 izimpendulo
Kuphostiwe

Sorry, but I just need to confirm the following before I decide on the next course of action:

  • Did you successfully find the profile folder?
  • Did you ensure file prefs.js (and prefs.js.moztmp if it exists) was not read-only?
  • If any of the files (any prefs-n.js files and Invalidprefs.js) existed, did you delete them?
  • Did you restart Firefox? This is important.
  • Does Firefox now save your preferences?
Sorry, but I just need to confirm the following before I decide on the next course of action: * Did you successfully find the profile folder? * Did you ensure file prefs.js (and prefs.js.moztmp if it exists) was '''not''' read-only? * If any of the files (any prefs-n.js files and Invalidprefs.js) existed, did you delete them? * Did you restart Firefox? This is important. * Does Firefox now save your preferences?