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- Relevant question, but does not answer my question: Firefox: how to block cookies by name, not by site? - This is too specific about Google Analytics
I have started getting quite active on StackOverflow recently, so I've been opening fairly many links to http://jsfiddle.net, but since I'd need to resize the panels regularly to see the specific code posted in the way the code was intended, I usually end up with some pretty weird configurations for the panels. Because I would prefer not having to resize the windows to a more normal setting every time, I would like to block the
window_sizes cookie from jsfiddle, but when I tried googling for how to block a single cookie from a specific site, I could find nothing.
I've also tried checking the settings for both Chrome and Firefox, but neither have the option to block a specific cookie, only to block certain domains.
I'm mostly wondering on how to block this specific cookie in Chrome (which is my default browser), but I think it might also be useful for anybody else having the same problem to also include the methods for other browsers too, if that's possible.