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  1. harshrealm

    harshrealm New Member

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    how do i remove cookies for one particular website...........in my bookmarks...........thanks
     
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    CatfishRivers Well-Known Member

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    Go to Chrome settings----->Advanced settings------->Under The Hood------>Content Settings------->Ignore exceptions and block third party cookies from being set.
     
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    Hi

    I don't believe that is possible. We only have the option of clearing all cookies. You can try going to the site. Sign out. Delete the bookmark. Refresh the page. Sign in. Bookmark the page.

    Carl
     
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    CatfishRivers Well-Known Member

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    It's possible. I just tested it on my Logitech Revue with this web site (googletvforum.org).

    Follow these instructions:

    Go to Chrome settings----->Advanced settings------->Under The Hood------>Content Settings------->Cookies------->You then check mark where it says: (Ignore exceptions and block third party content from being set). Next click where it says: "Manage Exceptions". You then type (in the blank field) the URL of the site that you want to block. Then click where it says "Block".

    Also Go to Chrome settings----->Advanced settings------->Under The Hood------>Content Settings------->Cookies---->All Cookies and Site Data. (Then maneuver the cursor over the URL that you want to delete and click the little "x").
     
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    Carlszone Well-Known Member

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    Duh!

    I was just under the hood deleting passwords, it was staring me in the face.

    Thanks for the save, catfish...

    Carl
     
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    harshrealm New Member

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    thanks catfish,i need to know more about these "advanced settings" the info you gave me did work,and the post after "carlszone post" was also excellent!!.............thanks again...........catfish...i knew you from the "webtv days i was jaywambold ,i did posts in the "new internet boxes section"..........
     
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    Wow!

    I've been playing around w/this. Geeze, I knew we had more control over our browser on this device than any previous device built for internet via TV. But this feature gives us almost as much control as we'd have on a PC. I could have used this when I was having trouble w/what I suspected was a corrupted cookie.

    Catfish, you da man!!!

    Carl
     

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