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I am using Firefox 4 on a MacBook Pro. I want to see the cookies set by a specific site I am browsing (cookie name and cookie values). I am wondering whether there are any existing tools to use?

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Preferences, tabsheet Privacy, with "Use custom settings for history", button Show Cookies. And then just click any cookie you'd like to see:

Firefox privacy settings Firefox Cookies overview

Or, while browsing, regardless wether using custom settings or not: hit Command-I for the Page Info, tabsheet Security, button View Cookies:

Firefox Page Info

(While developing, Firecookie might be more useful.)

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Hi Arjan, in tabsheet Privacy, there is no button called Show Cookies. – George2 Apr 25 '11 at 15:24
    
There is in my Firefox 4.0.1 on Snow Leopard, @George. Ah, it needs "Use custom settings for history". I guess Command-I is easier then? – Arjan Apr 25 '11 at 15:34
    
Still works on Firefox 26. – That Brazilian Guy Dec 19 '13 at 18:16

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