OTOH Firefox does not have an option to treat all cookies as session cookies and whitelist only specific domains for permanent storage.
Both seem like GNOME's “We don't need option XY” attitude to me.
The only browser with a decent cookie manager I ever encountered was Camino for Mac…
Seems now with Epiphany 3.4 there will only be one show-stopper left that keeps me away. I wonder why there isn't even a third party solution that aims for browser independent bookmark and password sync, not to mention that an open standardization would be even better and allow us to choose a cloud-service and web-storage provider ourselves.
Malfeatures tend to be herd animals. Where there's hard evidence of one, you're likely to find 10 others.Quote:
The possibility for snooping is side product of "predictive searching" which itself is undoubtably a feature. You mistakenly expect your own values to be unversal but even if we consider having such feature on by default to be "unacceptable" then so what? How does it make the browser any worse when it's turned off?
You're welcome to use Chrome. I'm welcome not to, and to recommend against it.Quote:
Should we let such irrelevant philosophical dissonance affect our choise of a browser?
My highlight. I asked you to name one such browser other than Chrom*. Perhaps I misunderstood, and you meant searches intended for google?Quote:
You understand that Chromium is open source and it doesn't send any information to anyone as long as you don't use Google as search engine which then again does the same on any browser? Well not that matters as it has nothing to do with Webkit.
I agree the Chrome track is offtopic for Epiphany. Then again, so what? ;)