Anyway, I think I am good to go and ready to pay my 15 bucks for the license.
Thanks for your help.
Thanks for pointing that out. Previously that setting was "third party".
At least "third party" is unambiguous and self-explanatory. "Allow from current website only" is obscure and ambiguous. If I open my preferences, I could be on any web site, so the language just does not make sense. The computer world seems to get dumber by the day since the masses got involved.
I guess the language had to change incase the masses might get confused and think that a third party is the one you attend after the second party on a Saturday night.
BTW, since upgrading form Snow Leopard to Sierra I find that the spell checker on web sites has turned into a spelling CORRECTOR which changes my typos into completely different words. I am so grateful.
I just upgraded from Snow Leopard to Sierra because safari was becoming unusable. I don't remember so many cookies being set in the old system as seems to be the case now.
At first I thought that Cookie was not clearing my cache as it is set to do. But after some testing it looks like visiting a site results in the appearance of 10+ cookies from third parties. For example, if I clear the cookies and then visit www.tesco.com I get cookies from all sorts of companies, some of which I recognise (e.g. Talktalk) and many others I have never heard of.
Question: I thought that Safari blocked third party cookies. So what is going on?
I have the Cookie icon on the top right of menu bar and when I click "Show Cookie" the interface opens. Good, that is what I want.
However, when I restart my computer the interface opens automatically. I don't want this to happen. Originally I had placed Cookie in the "login items" for the User but even after removing it, this still happens.
Any suggestions how to stop this annoying behaviour?
I just figured it out. I guess SL to Sierra it too big a jump to process in a few days and I did not recognize the colour of the bin and the atom as indicating alternative selection options. I would have expected a an outline box indicating the presence of a button.
Progress? Perhaps, but definitely looks slicker.
Hi, I just installed the trial version of Cookie after upgrading from SL to Sierra. I am assuming the trial it time limited but that it has full functionality.
My trouble is that even after a restart Cookie lacks functionality. I have attached screenshot of the main cookie interface taken from this website plus a screenshot of my installation. Why do I not see the details of the cookies with the checkbox to add them to the favourites?