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jefexp

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  1. Why is it that we can't get this to work on ie7 cookies? I know ie7 is still beta, but a lot of users use it.
  2. Does this work with ie7 cookies? Previous versions deleted the cookies even if marks to keep. Actually, the cookies were not deleted, since they were still there, but ie7 could find them after rebooting.
  3. too bad for the IE7 cookie issue, but great none the less. Thanks
  4. nope, still same thing for me at least. Cookies are there and saved, but on reboot IE7 doesn't "see" them, but they are still there in the temp folder.
  5. I'm not quite sure what you are saying to do. Can you explain a little better.
  6. anyone know if this is being looked into anymore?
  7. So I am not the only one this is happening to....
  8. So, is this only me or are other IE7 users experiencing the same?
  9. I did a complete reinstall about 3 weeks ago (after the last time I posted this issue).
  10. I love this app. You guys are the greatest and I am not complaining at all....I have been using IE7 since it was been released to beta testers (I am a legit tester) and I am still experiencing the same problem I had with previous versions. This could be my setup, so I am not stating this is in all cases: I log into a few sites (lets use Google for example), and then install ccleaner 1.29.295 and below. I select to save the google cookies. IE is closed and I run ccleaner. I open IE7, and my cookie remains, all is well. I reboot, with or without having ccleaner clean on startup, and my cookie is gone (but not really gone, I'll explain later). If I open ccleaner, go to cookies, it shows it is still there, and it is still marked to keep. This even occurs if the entire cookie open is unchecked. Now, the wierd part. If I go to Documents and Settings, Admin (as I am logged in as), local settings, temporary internet files....the cookie is still there. I have played some more, and if I don't mark any cookies to keep, they all are gone in that folder, so the keeping safe works, but again, not really since IE7 doesn't see it anymore. Also, if I uninstall ccleaner, all is normal again, and the cookies are picked up by IE7 on reboots and all. As soon as I install ccleaner, and reboot, IE7 no longer picks them up. Any suggestions, thoughts, ideas? All my setups are default directorys and folders and such, so nothing is customized or unusual.
  11. Fixed IE 7.0 cookie cleaning YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!
  12. Krit and Andavari, You guys rock. Thanks for helping> I am a true and loyal fan of CC and users like you make great products even better by helping us noobs.
  13. That's the problem I have no idea.
  14. Well, I am at a loss. I can't figure out how to make winapp2 work...and I did read your instructions. I just don't understand.
  15. I'll try that right now. Thanks
  16. ahh, I have winapp.ini only in the CCleaner folder.
  17. I don't know what that is. How would I know?
  18. Krit, I have done some more testing and found the following out: Cookies are, after reboot, still in the original folders (see attachment), however they are not able to be found after the reboot. In the attachment, I did a screenprint of the search results of a system search of "Cookie:admin@ixebeta" before a reboot with CC installed. Then, after a reboot, the same search yields no files found, HOWEVER, if I manually navigate to the same folders in the attachment, they are there as before. It is almost as if they don't exist anymore after the reboot with CC installed (note: settings are set to not run at reboot, and the cookie is marked as safe, all other settings default). This does not occur if I run CC. If I run CC, the search results find the cookie. Does that make any sense? Only with CC installed does this occur. All, I understand that this is not a CC bug as it seems to be on my computer only.
  19. Yeah, same problem. My IE7 cookies (while they still appear in the Temp folder), are being deleted. I thought maybe if I could mark them to be saved (other than in the CC cookie options), I would try that. I just don't want to give up.
  20. Is there a way to protect some file from being deleted?
  21. nope. still no luck. what about this (from what I posted on the first page): After installing IE7 beta 2 preview, the index.dat file is no longer visible in the Content.IE5 folder, but index.dat suite and CCleaner find it and report its size. However, if I clear it on restart all the saved cookies are also deleted. This is particularly annoying as I then have to log in to each forum again.
  22. where did you find the Import option?
  23. Thanks again for helping. I am not home so I can't check exactly, but here is what I recall: 1. 50MB cache, Check for never versions everytime, and keep all for 1 day 2. I don't recall a "import cookies" wizard. I assume it is in CC, an I click on settings, then Cookies, and then pull over the ones I want to keep. 3. Everything on default.
  24. OKay...my cookies are still there too, but they do not work...for example: Google. I log in on the home page to get my personal settings. I click "remember me". I can close IE7 100 times, and it still logs me in. If I reboot, with CCleaner installed (even set to not run), when I open IE7 again on Google, the cookie did not log me in. I hate pointing fingers, but I am on my fifth restore from a clean image, and it only occurs if cclean is installed.
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