Uncheck does not work
Version 6.0.17. When I check an item in Chrome (haven't tried any other browser), it will not uncheck. Uncheck all does not work, uncheck this item does not work, and clicking on the check mark does not work. I tried removing ALL of Cookie's files and restarted. That got rid of all the check marks, but when I add just one, it also cannot be deleted. Am evaluating. I used to use Cookie 4. FYI, running 10.14.6. I tried restarting computer, but still same problem.
SweetP last edited by SweetP
any chance you could zip/archive your Chrome folder and email it to me.
delete any sensitive cookies first (in chrome if you have to)
and the location of the Chrome folder:
*note that the folder is in your User Library
There is no folder ~/Library/Google/Chrome
There is ~/Library/Applicaton Support/Google/Chrome
Is that what you mean?
If so, it is quite large for e-mail (1.3G)!
BTW, I checked on a second computer, my laptop also running 10.14.6 and got the exact same problem.
Yes that is the folder...
But that is way too much to email
So, will this be on your radar to fix? I do know I can remove all Cookie preferences and start over, as a means to correct. Since this happens on two of my computers, which are quite separate, I am surprised you cannot reproduce.
if I can reproduce it,
ill fix it
The problem persists in Version 6.1.
This issues does not appear to be a problem in version 5.13. Not sure if that was the latest of version 5 or not.
@aubreyapple thats is the last version of Cookie 5.
I still cant reproduce this, there is something unique about your system which I can't reproduce. As soon as the issue becomes apparent for me - I can fix it.
Thanks for trying. When I first tried it today it had the same problem in 6.1.1. Then I deleted all preferences, which I had tried before. Now when I try it it seems to refuse to allow access to /private/var/folders (I can only cancel, not accept). That said, it is now working ok on one of my computers. I have not tried it on my other one yet. Will report later.
Some more aha's. If I enable Safari, then Chrome works. If I disable Safari, Chrome does not work. If I go to enable Safari, it asks me to allow /private/var/folders. If I click on allow, it brings up the Allow dialog. If I click on Allow, it leaves the dialog present, but only Cancel is available. After that, and after enabling Safari, Chrome now works. If I disable Safari, Chrome stops working (at least with regard to checking and unchecking an item.) Hope this helps. BTW, Cookie does have full disk access in System Preferences.
@aubreyapple nice detective work, I see this happening also. ill look into it
ok I have this fixed in the new beta v18.104.22.168 which you can find here:
It will be in the next official release (v6.1.2)
Thanks. I will check it out.