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How to exclude a particular cookie for a particular browser


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Sorry if this has already been asked and answered, but I did search the forums pretty extensively.

 

I'm trying to exclude a particular cookie from being erased, but only for a particular browser (i.e., Chrome). I want the cookie from the same site erased when stored by Firefox. Is this possible?

 

Whenever I exclude the cookie I want after having only visited that site with Chrome, once I visit the same site with Firefox, Firefox's cookie will automatically be excluded -- I don't want this.

 

Any known workaround?

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Yup there is not a way to do this

 

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