1.) Edit>PrefsPrivacy>Cookies. Enable cookies based on privacy levels. 2.) Set all options to Reject, visit the above site, and login. What happens: The cookies are accepted and appear in the Cookie Manager.
Assignee: harishd → morse
It's working fine for me. Are you using the latest build? Did you clear out your cookie list before you ran this test? tever, can you reproduce?
What's the status of this bug? Can we confirm that it's invalid? Please update.
I just left voicemail for junruh, but here's what I believe happened. He probably pulled a tree when we were still displaying the p3p dialog even though p3p was not part of the build. In that case the cookie manager was ignoring whatever you entered into the p3p dialog. And the only way to get p3p as part of the build (since it wasn't being built by default) is to go to the extensions/p3p directory and do an explicit nmake (or gmake as the case may be). Later builds do not display the p3p dialog if the p3p dll is not present. So it is not even possible to test this problem on a later build In any event, I just spoke to tever and he has offered to test this out by explicitly building the p3p dll and seeing if the p3p choices then do what they are supposed to. He'll be posting his results shorty. As mentioned above, it worked fine when I tested it out.
I can't do a checkout today for some reason but I was able to confirm that this is working on harishd's machine. We set all of the privacy options to 'reject' and went to aol.com (know to set cookies). No cookies were set. Marking this as invalid. junruh, if you still see this with the p3p.dll present please re-open.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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