How do I delete individual cookies? (Opera ver. 96...)
trumpman last edited by
What happened to the feature to view and delete individual cookies from a website?
When I go to the page "Privacy and security / All sites" and click on a domain to expand, it shows the associated sub-domains as is normal, indicating how many cookies for each.
But then when I click on the right arrow on one of those entries, I no longer see the individual cookies as was the case all before. Instead, I just see a Permissions list and a Usage section to clear all the cookies. I no longer can see the contents of each of the cookies, nor the ability to delete specific ones. (Screenshots available upon request.)
Is there some alternate path in Settings that will allow me to view and delete individual cookies as I have always done in the past?
Note there is a related topic, but that applies to a really old version (55) of Opera: forums.opera.com/topic/28351/how-do-i-delete-individual-cookies
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by burnout426
Chromium removed the option to edit cookies from that page. Since Opera uses Chromium, Opera is affected by the change too.
Instead, while you're on the site, click the badge (padlock for example) at the left of the address field, and click on "Cookies" to show cookies for the site where you can then delete them.
Another way you can delete them is to hit ctrl + shift + i while you're on the page to open the developer tools. Then, switch to the "Applications" tab, expand "Cookies" in the left-hand column, select the domain you want, select the cookie in the right-hand pane, and click X to delete the cookie. You can also right-click and edit the cookie if you need to for some reason.
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by
There is not application tab