Description of the issue:
It used to be possible to go into Settings | Privacy and Security | Cookies and other site data | See all site data an permissions and view/manage individual cookies. This was important to being able to selectively remove cookies for a particular URL, and was useful for clearing certain cookies like PHP session ID data that had expired and was interfering with login to a related site. Now, instead of allowing individual cookies to be reviewed, only a summary statement like 183 KB - 5 cookies with a Clear data button is shown. This means that not only can one no longer see any information about what cookies exist, but one can only delete ALL cookies. This is not only a regression by reduction of functionality, but frankly is a regression with respect to privacy as Brave is now hiding specific details of stored cookies.
Steps to Reproduce (add as many as necessary): 1. 2. 3.
Settings | Privacy and Security | Cookies and other site data | See all site data an permissions
Select and fully expand a domain where cookies exist.
Actual Result (gifs and screenshots are welcome!):
Observe that individual cookie detail is missing.
Individual cookies for a domain are able to be interacted with.
Reproduces how often:
Operating System and Brave Version(See the
About Brave page in the main menu):
Version 1.46.144 Chromium: 108.0.5359.128 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Unsure where this broke, but this is especially annoying because it was already harder to find cookie management than it was in Firefox, and now the fine grain control is completely gone. I feel that this is unlikely to be a platform-specific issue, but I also care about this on Linux.