I’d responded to your thread on Reddit earlier but I think we should continue the conversation here, if you don’t mind. Your last post:
Sorry for crossposting this issue to community forum here. The problem is that I only want to force Gmail logout on browser shutdown without having to remember logging out of Gmail BEFORE closing the browser down. As mentioned in the forum post if I enable the Cookies and other site data option it deletes alot of other google cookies including 2FA ones which I prefer to keep as this is a trusted device.
In Chrome when I was using it simply specifying “google.com” in the cookies page chrome://settings/content/cookies?search=cookie and use Clear On Exit option in the hamburger menu for that particular entry it would delete that cookie and leave the 2FA cookies alone. However that cookie deletion no longer occurs under Brave unless the Cookies and other site data option is also enabled which has more drastic effect that wanted.
So to confirm, you’re not using the
On exit function located in
History --> Clear browsing data, you’re instead going to
brave://settings/content/cookies and adding
google.com to the
Clear on exit list:
I know this may seem silly but just to be sure; you do have the option at the top to
Clear cookies on exit toggled “on”, right?