Filing under Core, Networking: Cookies for now, although I'm really only concerned with SeaMonkey personally. In the Cookie Manager there is a "Remove All Cookies" button. It would be nice if there were also a "Remove All Session Cookies" button, so that permanent cookies could remain, but you could quickly get rid of session cookies without closing all SeaMonkey processes. I know that, currently, you can workaround this by adding the "Expires" column to the manager, sorting by that column to bring all session cookies to the top, and then manually deleting them - but a single click to do the same thing would be far more convenient.
or in the 'Clear Private Data' dialog box ...
Is "Clear Private Data" part of Firefox? I don't see that anywhere in SeaMonkey. (Which doesn't mean that I'm not just blind...)
Summary: There should be a "Remove All Session Cookies" button in the Cookie Manager. → Cookie Manager: add "Remove All Session Cookies" button
-> default owner
Assignee: darin → nobody
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → INCOMPLETE
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