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Gmail through gtalk is diverted to open only in IE

When I get mail alert in Gtalk and if I open the mail it promptly opened in Mozilla only.I was using 23.0b 6 version.When I upgraded this to 23.0 b7 gmail from g talk is … (funda kabanzi)

When I get mail alert in Gtalk and if I open the mail it promptly opened in Mozilla only.I was using 23.0b 6 version.When I upgraded this to 23.0 b7 gmail from g talk is diverted to IE even though Mozilla is set as my browser(default). I deleted23.0 b7 and upgraded to Mozilla 23.0 b8.still the problem remains.i did try all the possible changes and it never helped.I finally decided to turn of IE and the gmail through gtalk is not opening (even in Mozilla). What is your suggestion?I think this is a bug in latest Mozilla version.Any solution for this.

Asked by KMJoshy 7 iminyaka edlule

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FF deletes cookie exception list each time the browser closes.

For about a month, I've had an intermittent problem with FF dumping the list of cookie exceptions each time the browser closes. I originally had a very lengthy list of ex… (funda kabanzi)

For about a month, I've had an intermittent problem with FF dumping the list of cookie exceptions each time the browser closes. I originally had a very lengthy list of exceptions and noticed a few weeks ago that it was now completely blank.

After I discovered the problem, I checked to make sure I do NOT have "site preferences" checked on the options to clear FF's history on close. I also tried deleting the prefs.js file, thinking it might have become corrupt.

I had thought the problem had resolved itself -- although I was never able to recover my original list of exceptions, but for the last week or so, the exceptions did not change when I closed. However, after FF upgraded yesterday to 23.0.1, the exceptions list cleared itself again. Now, each time I close the browser, it dumps the list again.

Any suggestions? I have a lengthy list of sites I would rather not allow to use cookies and and I'm getting pretty frustrated at having to recreate it over and over.

Asked by ArgentLA 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by cor-el 7 iminyaka edlule

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Google cooke dismiss notice won't go away.

Recently I find that the Google cookie notice keeps coming back. Cookies are enabled, although my settings are that these and history are deleted on closing Firefox. This… (funda kabanzi)

Recently I find that the Google cookie notice keeps coming back. Cookies are enabled, although my settings are that these and history are deleted on closing Firefox.

This means I have to click the dismissal notice once in a new browsing session, which is OK, but am annoyed with the constant reappearance during the session.

I have the latest version of Firefox, and have tried reinstalling it to no avail.

Curiously there is no such problem with IE8, but I prefer Firefox for various reasons.

I have Windows XP.

Asked by jfwright 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by cor-el 7 iminyaka edlule

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where is (Use TLS 1.0) in the new version of firefox ?

hello dear In previous versions of your software as an option (Use TLS 1.0) existed, but the new version does not have this option. How can tick off this option? Please g… (funda kabanzi)

hello dear

In previous versions of your software as an option (Use TLS 1.0) existed, but the new version does not have this option.

How can tick off this option?

Please guide.

Asked by new_chater 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by cor-el 7 iminyaka edlule

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ERROR LOADING MODULE: /s=2.0.155.15/js/com/slacker/util/adobe/Omniture.js TypeError: com.slacker.util.CookieJar is undefined

visit aol radio and got the error listed: ERROR LOADING MODULE: /s=2.0.155.15/js/com/slacker/util/adobe/Omniture.js TypeError: com.slacker.util.CookieJar is undefined … (funda kabanzi)

visit aol radio and got the error listed: ERROR LOADING MODULE: /s=2.0.155.15/js/com/slacker/util/adobe/Omniture.js TypeError: com.slacker.util.CookieJar is undefined

Asked by asstreg 7 iminyaka edlule

Last reply by AliceWyman 7 iminyaka edlule

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Made cookies.sqlite read-only, it's gone when I returned to unmake read-only

= See the solution at the end of this post = Not sure now what I tried to accomplish with this move, in Ubuntu 12.04 and Firefox 23 as my current browser version. Whate… (funda kabanzi)

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See the solution at the end of this post

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Not sure now what I tried to accomplish with this move, in Ubuntu 12.04 and Firefox 23 as my current browser version. Whatever, it did not have desired effect, Firefox will not save any cookies past the session anymore.

I have these files in my profile starting with "cookies" in the name:

cookies.sqlite.bak cookies.sqlite.bak-rebuild cookies.sqlite-shm cookies-sqlite-wal

I was going to ask this question, and looking in the profile to see what I have there, I closed Firefox and renamed cookies.sqlite.bak to cookies.sqlite. Opened Firefox and I see cookies.sqlite missing and again there is a cookies.sqlite.bak.

This time, with the browser open on this question-in-progress, I copied cookies.sqlite.bak to cookies.sqlite.bak (copy) and renamed that to cookies.sqlite. It has read-write permissions and it remains to be seen what happens when I close the browser and reopen it.

My privacy setup is set to accept all cookies, including third-party, and to discard cookies when I close Firefox.

CookieMonster is used to override Firefox default for those sites where I want to accept cookies so I can keep site preferences or to stay logged-in. CookieMonster is not being obeyed, the cookies are discarded.

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Solution

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Based on the answer in the third post in the thread, from the top two lines of Cor-el's post, I have cleared my problem with just the removal of all files with "cookies.sqlite" at the beginning of their names, closing and restarting Firefox. Firefox recreated all the names, and the new cookies.sqlite has read-write permissions without my setting them.

In the Privacy tab under Edit > Preferences: Firefox is set to use custom settings for history, and I accept all cookies, including third-party, and keep them until I close Firefox.

I use the CookieMonster add-on to override this default setting on selected sites, so I can keep their cookies from one session to the next, which saves some site preferences, and keeps me signed in to my web site.

Back on the Privacy tab, I clear history when Firefox closes, but in Settings, I do not include cookies. (I include cache and offline website data.)

To include cookies here would cause Firefox to dump ALL cookies at the end of the session including those which save my site preferences and keep me logged in via settings in CookieMonster.

Asked by Linux_Mint_Firefox 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by cor-el 7 iminyaka edlule

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Report all existing browser cookies

I would like to list/report ( in readable format ), all cookies residing on my Win XP PC, including the applicable browser(s) for each. Ideally I would like to run such … (funda kabanzi)

I would like to list/report ( in readable format ), all cookies residing on my Win XP PC, including the applicable browser(s) for each. Ideally I would like to run such a report app from the Win CMD line and save the results to a file with a timestamp embedded in the file name. OR Similarly, I would like to scan for & backup all cookies files on my PC to a specified location & timestamped file, and have an app to open those cookie backup file(s) in a readable fashion.

I know I can SEE cookies from various apps, but it is tedious if not impossible to save and restore the cookies for a given website ( as opposed to an entire cookie file ). And it is easy to make a mistake when cleaning cookies, deleting some good with the bad.

So any backup/report/search/recover cookie tool would help any recovery process. My internet search for such a tool returns no applicable results.

Similar functions exist for Bookmarks. I would like to find such a tool for Cookies.

If anyone knows of such a cookie tool, please respond. Please do not suggest workarounds which do not directly address the issue.

Thanks, John

Asked by Chota 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by Wesley Branton 7 iminyaka edlule

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How do I stop the "Ads not by this site" on every Firefox web page?

An advertisement appears on the to of the majority of web pages. It is always accompanied by the words "Ads not by this site". In some cases the area consumed by this add… (funda kabanzi)

An advertisement appears on the to of the majority of web pages. It is always accompanied by the words "Ads not by this site". In some cases the area consumed by this add removes data from the bottom of the page and can not be recovered. This "feature" has appeared two days ago and I have tied, without success, to disable it.

Asked by Merty 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by cor-el 7 iminyaka edlule

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When cookies enabled "show cookies" screen remains blank. Didn't used to.

I like to keep cookies turned off and stay in Privacy Mode. When I know a site needs cookies I click "accept cookies" in Preferences/Privacy. In the past when I was finis… (funda kabanzi)

I like to keep cookies turned off and stay in Privacy Mode. When I know a site needs cookies I click "accept cookies" in Preferences/Privacy. In the past when I was finished using the site I'd open the "show cookies" sub-menu and hit "remove all cookies". They used to show there. Now they never do, so I never know if they are removed. (As I understand it in Privacy Mode they should all be removed upon leaving Firefox). I know that I am enabling cookies when I take these steps as if i don't sites that require cookies will keep asking me to enable them. Best I can figure some little glitch has come up in Firefox and just wanted to report this to you. From my perspective I'd hate to think that these cookies are somehow staying on my computer.

All the best.

John

Asked by canadajohn 7 iminyaka edlule

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I can't log in to my hotmail account because of third party cookies being disabled

I changed my cookie settings because of a bank site that I needed to use to make an e-deposit. In order to do that, I had to enable 3rd party cookies. After I did that,… (funda kabanzi)

I changed my cookie settings because of a bank site that I needed to use to make an e-deposit. In order to do that, I had to enable 3rd party cookies. After I did that, I can no longer access my hotmail (outlook.com) e-mail account. I can't sign in to my account on Firefox, but I can on IE. Firefox is my default browser and I'd like to be able to sign in. Also, every single site I go to pops up a little window that asks me about accepting cookies.

Asked by jodanna69 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by Andrew 7 iminyaka edlule

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Cookie set as session expire on close is not working properly.

Cookie set as session expire on close is working but if History Restore previous session is clicked the last page which was logged in shown by logging in successfully. … (funda kabanzi)

Cookie set as session expire on close is working but if History Restore previous session is clicked the last page which was logged in shown by logging in successfully.

Asked by Goutam Kumar Rana 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by Goutam Kumar Rana 7 iminyaka edlule

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cookies error

gmail wont let me log in. Says my cookies function is turned off. I have reset cache and cookies, i have adjusted privacy settings for history to custom and set third pa… (funda kabanzi)

gmail wont let me log in. Says my cookies function is turned off. I have reset cache and cookies, i have adjusted privacy settings for history to custom and set third party cookies to always and to keep until expire. I have followed some forum help and opened history to show all and right clicked forget webpage. I have shown all cookies and removed and even reset Firefox. Yet nothing seems to work. some other websites that require log in work fine, and others don't ie the webpage i use for school at local university doesn't work. its an .edu page and never loads. ctrl+shift+k seems like the cookies are blocked one way or the other maybe on the receiving side. please advice!

Asked by jdtillotson85 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by cor-el 7 iminyaka edlule

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please help

hi Mozilla I need to knew every SEO adds to my Mozilla to make my site better I always use Mozilla Firefox It's the better browsing . thanks … (funda kabanzi)

hi Mozilla I need to knew every SEO adds to my Mozilla to make my site better

I always use Mozilla Firefox It's the better browsing .

thanks

Asked by adelrmdn 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by Andrew 7 iminyaka edlule

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When I go to Yahoo stock charts my chart settings and technical indicators are not saved. Is there a way to keep these settings, maybe by saving cookies?

When opening Yahoo stock charts, is there a way to allow Firefox to remember changes I make when viewing the stock charts, especially Chart Settings and Technical Indicat… (funda kabanzi)

When opening Yahoo stock charts, is there a way to allow Firefox to remember changes I make when viewing the stock charts, especially Chart Settings and Technical Indicators? In Explorer the view of the charts comes up just as I left it on previous visits whereas Firefox deletes all changes and I have to reenter them every time I revisit. In Explorer I believe these changes are stored as cookies, but in Firefox I can't seem to find a way to address the problem. I have NOT set Firefox to erase cookies on exit.

Asked by alanddale 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by iamjayakumars 7 iminyaka edlule

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When I enter subject line in forums, FF dropsdown choices like google?

Like Firefox "knows" subject lines I emailed in my online yahoomail, and then offers dropdown choices whenever I enter subject headers in forums. For example, I might ask… (funda kabanzi)

Like Firefox "knows" subject lines I emailed in my online yahoomail, and then offers dropdown choices whenever I enter subject headers in forums.

For example, I might ask something on Gardenweb beginning with "A" such as, say: Apple growing

I then might see these choices dropping down, immediately upon entering "A" Attn: dear bro anti-cookie strategies Attn: Chad re: our recent finance discussion

This has been going on for ages, but never got around to asking: What's this all about? and what are these dropdowns called?

It reminds me of google dropdowns, but even more personal.

On a tangent (speak of way worse privacy intrusion) what's most nauseating, is yahoo making mandatory the entry of mobile numbers for every new email signup. It just came to my attention now, due to RL distractions. Why does everything always get complicatedly worse, instead of remaining simple & utilitarian? Not to mention extreme EMFs (i'm electrosensitive, so that's a sensitive issue for me)

Asked by Minni 7 iminyaka edlule

Answered by cor-el 7 iminyaka edlule