A cookie manager on steroids to mark, 'flag', and manage cookies for one or all domains using rulesets.
Before you use this addon!
Note: This add-on is aimed at power users. By default it does nothing on its own. In order to get the most out of it, you have to define your own rules for websites or at least make some decisions. Also, in case you use payment services, be advised to disable the "Global flag" feature temporarily. For example when using Paypal.com or other shopping/payment provider websites.
Long story made short:
1) Use "Global mode" if you are surfing, this will remove all kind of cookies while you browsing the web if not protected by "profile" mode.
2) Use "Auto flag" settings which will remove all cookies for one website - this can be useful if you only want to automatically remove these page cookies also if you revisit the website later again, this setting is stored for the website.
3) Use "Profile mode" either globally for a website, protecting all cookies of that domain if nothing no cookies are picked. Or protect single cookies even when "Global flag" or "Auto flag" modes are active.
Help, documentation and usage:
Please read along here: https://github.com/jrie/flagCookies/wiki/FlagCookies-help-and-documentation
As of version 3.0.27 translations can be done for Flag Cookies.
All translations are located inside \_locales/ folder - and the folders en for general English,as well as de for German language. Inside every folder is a messages.json located. This file holds all translated strings.
Providing feedback/feature wishes/ideas:
Please file an issue on the issues page. I gladly try to respond to feedback and to improve Flag cookies. If you think a feature is missing or at worst, not working as expected, please also open an issue.
Thanks and notes
To all who helped so far through critic, general feedback and ideas. Keeps me going!
German speaking thread @ ngb.to about FlagCookies