Those Pesky Little Cookies

  Condom 13:52 26 May 12

As today appears to be D Day for the change the only site I have so far seen offering to remove them is the BBC. Seems like most appear to be dragging their heals somewhat. Out of curiosity what is PCA doing about removing them?

  Quiller. 14:42 26 May 12

No offer to reject cookies when logging on.

Strange for a tech website or is it in the very small, small, print;-)

  Quiller. 14:58 26 May 12

It could be years before total compliance.

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  Condom 15:47 26 May 12

A bit like my spelling then. I have speckie but I can't seem to get it to work on this site. Hopefully someone will point me in the right direction.

  Woolwell 15:56 26 May 12

speckie will not spot heals as that is a correct spelling, wrong word though.

  Woolwell 16:00 26 May 12

When typing in the post box - right click and you should find speckie settings. Check language is set to English UK. You can also get it to check spelling by right click but it should underline misspelt words as you go.

  Condom 18:45 26 May 12


Thank you for the help with speckie and for making my face redder than it already was:-)

  Woolwell 18:49 26 May 12

Condom - It happens to us all. I've often posted in haste and then regretted it.

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