Thanks, I whitelisted a bunch of red cookies, and some more databases, even though none of the domains seemed relevant, but somewhere along the line, it seemed to work. Thanks for your help!
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RE: Chrome extension settings/authorizations aren't saveable?
Chrome extension settings/authorizations aren't saveable?
I'm using Cookie 5.9.10 and it's working fine with Safari. But on Chrome, some extension settings/authorizations are being saved, namely Grammerly and Gmelius.
Here's what I mean...I have both Grammerly and Gmelius cookies and Databases Favorited in Cookie, and I have Remove on Browser Quit set in Cookie.
But when I quit and relaunch Chrome, both Grammerly and Gmelius acts as if I just activated them for the first time, and I need to go through activation/setting steps.
FWIW I also have Gmelius installed on Safari, and that seems to keep its activation/settings status through removals.
Is there something else I should be doing to preserve these extension settings/statuses in Chrome?
SessionRestore doesn't seem to work...
I'm on Mojave 10.4.3 (I haven't upgraded to 10.4.5 because I've been having stability problems) and Safari 12.0.3. SessionRestore doesn't seem to work at all?
If I'm in Safari and I click on the SessionRestore icon, and click "Save", nothing happens.
If I'm in the SessionRestore app and click the plus icon (Save current session), nothing happens.
And then in preferences, I have "Save every 10 mins" and "keep the latest 3 sessions" selected. But as far as I can tell, it hasn't saved any sessions.
How can I troubleshoot/fix this?
how to preserve Gmail login status/cookies?
I've got Cookie 5 on Mojave set up to preserver cookies from Google.com and to delete other cookies when I quit Safari. But when I re-launch Safari, I find that I've been logged out of Gmail and need to log back in. This is a pain as I'm usually logged in to multiple Gmail accts and I have to log back in to every one every time.
Does anyone know what else I can do to preserve my Gmail logged-in statuses?