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Cookie Management


morddwyd

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I know there are plenty of cookie management programmes available, but I'm looking for particular type, one that allows you to accept or reject as they set, rather than look up a list.

There is a superb little programme called Cookie Pal but it is only compatible with Opera and IE.

Anybody know of anything similar for Chrome and FF.

I've had a browse through extensions and add-ons but didn't flag up anything that really fitted the bill.

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northumbria61

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There are some cookie managers amongst this lot for Firefox.hereenter link description here

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northumbria61

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I prefer the Chocolate Chip ones myself!

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morddwyd

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Like I said, there are plenty available, but I'm looking for a specific facility,like Opera has built in.

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lotvic

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In Firefox you can set it to 'ask me every time' click on Tools | Options | and the Privacy tab and then in the drop down menu for 'Keep until:' choose 'ask me every time' then you get a pop up box every time a cookie is sent asking if you want to allow or Deny etc. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences

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Woolwell

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You can get IE10 (probably earlier versions too) to prompt for cookies IE security settings.

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Green 1

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I use Cookie Wall, I think it's what your looking for, hope this helps.

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morddwyd

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Thanks.

That FF method was a bit deeply embedded and I hadn't found it!

Never used IE, but I'll have a look at Cookie Wall.

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morddwyd

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Update -

Cookie Wall is IE only, but the FF fix is working.

Still looking for something for Chrome!

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