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Re: gnuzilla test pages?

From: Picilli
Subject: Re: gnuzilla test pages?
Date: Thu, 04 Nov 2010 01:43:30 -0700
User-agent: Mozilla-Thunderbird 3.1.4 (X11/20100928)

On 11/04/2010 01:14 AM, Simon Josefsson wrote:
Picilli<address@hidden>  writes:

This is my workaround:

Under Preferences/Privacy/Exceptions I blocked "everything":

I don't see anything under Preferences/Privacy except the default
History and Location Bar options.  I'm using the privacy 1.1 extension.
Am I missing some other component?


Oh yes. Under History, in a pull down menu, set "Use custom settings for history". New options will suddenly appear; there will be a button "Exceptions" where people block all cookies and allow only ones they need.

Don't forget, under "Settings" you have to keep "Site preferences" unchecked, otherwise Mozilla or FF will clean your block/allow exceptions. Keep your "Cookies" unchecked too if you want to keep cookies from your favorite sites, of course.

Once this is set, the option "Allow third party cookies becomes meaningless, no matter checked or unchecked. FF ignores it and allow only cookies you explicitely allowed.

It has nothing to do with Privacy extension.

Here is a screenshot:

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