make sure to uncheck Website Preferences as an Unwanted Data option for Safari
assuming you have all supported browsers enabled, there are close to 200 files Cookie needs access to, to fully function.
@alainlankers are you talking about Chrome cookies?
if so, they are encrypted.
@mBerta do you use Cookie in German?
if so the cookie will be named Allgemeine Flash-Einstellungen
you may also need to disable the timer in Cookie, if you have it running. Then you will need to visit a site which uses flash to hopefully set the cookie.
Im not sure if this is the issue though...
but its worth a try.
Which browser do you see the message in?
yeah, I agree. not much I can do about it though. Browsers are becoming more & more complicated to deal with...
@Broccoli no problem
good to know you figured out the cause
in-browser support for cookies seems to be going backwards...
I am working on Cookie 6, and it is maybe a month or 2 away. It will be a free upgrade for recent purchases
@RobertM are you removing favicons?
@edjusted if you expand the Google website, then look for any red colored cookies. In particular, Im sure the nid cookie is the one you want to whitelist
you just need to mark the website as a favourite by making sure there is a check mark next to it in the main window
apologies for the late reply, my forum wasn't notifying me of new posts 😞
I hope you managed to get this sorted out.
but you most likely need to do this:
Hi, its safari. And i just noticed that the extension isn't there no more?
you need to ask Apple for a refund, if that is what you want:
I have this fixed in v5.9.8 which is available on my servers now. hopefully the App Store version will be reviewed quickly
it does need to be running, but you can configure it to not show in the Dock.
that would be great if you could send me the crash log:
could you send me the crash log next time it crashes. you can also find previous crash logs here: