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Roi Stampfer
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For what purpose do you need it?

For the purpose that I am tired of every site I go to forcing me to approve cookies before I surf it

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Thanks, you know if I approve but manually on this annoying pop-up window will it be approved or is it a complete lack of everything?

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For the purpose that I am tired of every site I go to forcing me to approve cookies before I surf it

Make ... you need a cookie for it to stop appearing ...

If you disable the cookies it will not prevent it from appearing, on the contrary. This will prevent it from stopping.

 

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Make ... you need a cookie for it to stop appearing ...

If you disable the cookies it will not prevent it from appearing, on the contrary. This will prevent it from stopping.

 

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I'm talking about sites that pop up to me and say you must authorize me to use cookies to use the site. I'm looking for some plugin or what knew how to mute these windows and work on them as if he approved cookies or any other trick.
I'm pretty sure there is such a thing.

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Again, the test they do is whether there is a "user confirmed cookies" cookie, and if not they display the message.

For "work on them" you need to put a cookie. If you are in principle opposed to cookies, then you have no way to "work" on them.

 

What you can technically do is block the element of the message with one plugin or another, but that would be point-by-point per site, would require about 10 times more cumbersome tampering with a simple click of the message button, and not really clear what agenda it came to serve:

If you want cookies not collected on you - it will not prevent it.

If you want to "delete from the world" this thing called cookies you can go into your browser settings and there disable cookies completely (which will cause most of your sites on the internet to stop working properly).

You can cancel it here:

chrome: // settings / cookies

This of course will not prevent the message from appearing, and will only prevent you from closing it once and for all ...

 

If you do not mind having cookies and the part where you just want to see this message - click on it and it will not appear again 🤷️️

Believe me no website wants to post this message - you will submit your complaints to the EU forcing them to add it while threatening huge fines.

 

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I'm talking about sites that pop up to me and say you must authorize me to use cookies to use the site. I'm looking for some plugin or what knew how to mute these windows and work on them as if he approved cookies or any other trick.
I'm pretty sure there is such a thing.

That is, you do not mind approving the use of cookies, you just want the messages not to pop up to you over and over again.

Use the plugin I don't care about cookies 

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