User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Ubuntu; Linux x86_64; rv:64.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/64.0 Steps to reproduce: 1. Open any page where you have not set any site-specific permissions 2. Click on the padlock in the left of the address bar 3. Look at the bottom at the "Permissions" section. It says "You have not granted this site any special permissions" 4. Click on the only clickable thing in that section (the cog icon) Tested on Windows 7 and Ubuntu (Gnome). Actual results: User is taken to the settings page for controlling permissions for all sites Expected results: User should be taken to the settings page for controlling permissions for just this site. Where I expected to end up is the page you get to by clicking on * padlock * Connection - Secure Connection > * More Information * permissions That's far too many steps to set a site-specific permission. It's very counter-intuitive that if you want to give a site special permissions, you have to *not* click on the special permissions section, and instead go through many clicks into a menu about connection type. Either the link should be changed, or another button should be added to take you to the site specific settings. Use case: By default I delete all cookies when Firefox quits. But I want to make DuckDuckGo an exception, so that it remembers I like the dark theme.
Severity: normal → enhancement
Component: Untriaged → Permission Manager
Product: Firefox → Core
Component: Permission Manager → Site Identity and Permission Panels
Product: Core → Firefox
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