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BlitzenZeus
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Re: simple cookie manager for Firefox 17

Really easy solution without addons.....

1. Accept first party cookies, and visit the sites.
2. Delete cookies you don't want, and set to session only.

Go ahead, close the browser, and visit the sites you kept the cookies for, they're still working. In some cases when your cookies expire you may have to repeat this process, but it works great for me. No whitelisting which usually doesn't work, just letting it save the cookies you want to save, and then setting cookies to session only.

There's really only one website I save the cookies for, and on top of that I have my flash cookies cleared every time also.
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Gem
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said by BlitzenZeus:

Really easy solution without addons.....

1. Accept first party cookies, and visit the sites.
2. Delete cookies you don't want, and set to session only.

Good call, BZ. Tried it. That works fine and is indeed an easy solution.