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Sometimes a webapp breaks for whatever reason, and I need to clear my cookies in order to use it again. I wind up clearing all of my cookies, which is a pain, because I then have to log back in to all the sites I use.

I've tried F12, and right-clicking on the refresh icon to empty the cache, but that's not always enough and doesn't seem to remove cookies.

How can I clear cookies for a particular site, while keeping my other ones?

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marked as duplicate by Karan, Dennis, Paul, 8088, Dave M Feb 8 '13 at 14:17

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Fast version here: superuser.com/a/781848/116192 –  Steve Tauber Jul 11 at 13:36

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Copy paste chrome://settings/cookies in the Omnibox ( or Click on Chrome menu → Settings → Advanced → Content Settings → All cookies and site data). Search for the site & then delete.

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Excellent, thank you! –  Louis Feb 7 '13 at 19:44
    
Is is okay to suggest an extension which does the same? –  hims056 Jul 3 at 11:51
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@hims yes there's nothing wrong with that assuming you're not spamming that extension –  Sathya Jul 3 at 14:43
    
Fast version here: superuser.com/a/781848/116192 –  Steve Tauber Jul 11 at 13:36

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