Richard Schaefer wrote: >In housekeeping, I like to delete cookies not being used. >Now I have to delete one by one.
Shift+DownArrow or Shift+PageDown Ctrl+click to unmark any that you *don't* want removed. The way to make this simple is to NOT have it happen in the first place. I write-protect my cookies file and change the permissions ONLY **when I sign up for something** (I then IMMEDIATELY change the permissions back). Typically, "new" cookies will exist **only** until I close the browser. They never get written to the disk. NOTE: I rarely have to make the effort to allow a persistant cookie. I find that I _need_ very few cookies and that the majority are just a privacy intrusion. There's someone else (David E. Ross??) who rewrites cookies.txt from a permanent file each time he starts the browser. _______________________________________________ support-seamonkey mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://lists.mozilla.org/listinfo/support-seamonkey