@sweetp Hi Russell, For other reasons I've had to rollback from Big Sur to Mojave of which I have the latest update, 10.14.6 (18G7016). I have installed Cookie 220.127.116.11. There is still an issue with this which may be a permissions problem. Even though I've unchecked the Apple website as a favourite, I still cannot delete the cookies.
Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner, thought there would be a notification of your reply. Cheers!
I've been experiencing the same problem with reCaptcha. Deselecting cache as unwanted data to automatically remove as CaptainProton suggested seems to have worked for me as well. Under Cookie 5, I'm pretty certain that I chose to have caches automatically removed which did not break reCaptcha. I would like to have caches automatically removed under Cookie 6. Is this behavior a Cookie 6 bug that you plan to fix?
@yowlbv sorry for the late reply, Ive been deep in Apple sIlicon update the past month.
I dont use Google drive but, you should just be able to check Google as a favorite. You will more than likely need to whitelist some tracking cookies (RED cookies) to keep your login. For example for Gmail, I think it is the NID cookie which needs to whitelisted.
That is a bug, what are the circumstances this happens in? Are you trying to uncheck and entire domains, or single cookies? and is this on the All tab, or within a particular browser/user?
@r1b3r0 When you first enable icloud syncing all current settings will be uploaded to icloud.
Cookie then checks for updates at launch. It will also be notified when a preference has been changed on another device, and update accordingly. Any Chnges to preferences will also be uploaded to icloud immediately.