The cookie set up with FF rocks. Sorry if i come off extremely sarcastic , but i just went though the process of signing up explicitly to address this issue =D.
OK, basically here is the deal.
"I am disappointed in this whole cookie set up with FF."
If you actually apply literacy in the equation, the great functionality within firefox will slap you across your face backhandedly.
"Although it is set to prompt now, it sets cookies without a prompt also."
Great, what is your point? So you set it to 'prompt' for cookies, and by default it doesnt prompt? -- Wow, firefox has some functionality and flexibility, lovely.
"I can delete cookies, value click for one"
Ok, what do you mean by value click for one? That value click is a cookie you remove -- personally i have never seen or heard of this value click cookie, this part just confused me-- like you said you were 'value clicking' a cookie for one of the ones you deleted. Regardless who cares which cookie it is, if you delete it its deleted period.
"go back a few minutes later and they are back, without a prompt."
Lets take a look and read our options for a second:
You mean, this check box does something?!?!!?
when your removing cookies, before you start, check this box, remove the cookies, click OK, then click "exceptions" and see all the ones you blocked in without typing the whole damn URL -- purely amazing huh?
Also, check this out View Cookies 1.2
----helps to check update.mozilla.org extensions section every once in a while
Edited by soggy, 18 November 2004 - 12:06 AM.