User-Agent: Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040113 On the Tools|Cookie Manager|Manage Stored Cookies|Cookie Sites tab: Add "Filter" button (or replace Block/Allow buttons (they are useless IMHO) with Filter button). Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. 2. 3.
Not sure of the component but certainly not DOM Abstract Schemas.
Suppose, several servers in the domain are setting cookies and cookies from all are set to be blocked. How do I unblock cookies from the whole domain, e.g. www.yahoo.com mail.yahoo.com signon.yahoo.com Currently there's no way to do this except for going through the list of blocked servers and setting them one by one. This is a hell of an exercise if one has a lot of servers blocked.
adding UI to solve an implementation detail isn't the answer here. better sorting based on domain will help more here (see bug 142179, which may get further evolved/nested, I haven't looked at it seriously yet) this is mostly a dupe of bug 141906, other than the implementation part of the request, and I don't think that this implementation is especially useful/solid in the current UI, duping to that bug, which uses more of a "find as you type" concept which works better without visual clutter. In combination with the better sorting that makes space-consuming elements unnecessary. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 141906 ***
> better sorting based on domain will help more here I think it's wrong. I don't want to go through all posible domain combinations like: forumns.someco.net www.someco.com whatever1.someco.org whatever1.someco.tv and etc. Filtering on "someco" would give all the records in question when sorting does not. After strugling for an hour trying to find all blocked servers (still couldn't find all) I have to say that cookie management really really sucks.
mconnor has provided you with references to two already-existing bugs, either one of which would solve your problem. bug 142179, sorting from the top-level domain down, would result in grouping *.someco.com together visually; i don't think it's desirable to have .org, .com, .net etc grouped together, since sites never spread themselves across different tld's in practice. bug 141906 already describes your request closely enough for this bug to be a duplicate. please direct any further suggestions or comments to that bug, and refrain from gainsaying the decisions of those responsible for the cookiemanager in an insulting way. you know, your bugzilla name is quite fitting in this context... you sure can be a pain in the ass. *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 141906 ***