I want #Firefox containers, but I want to be able to dump all my browser storage for things _outside_ those containers on exit.
Right now if I want a container to preserve, say, my Google cookies so I don't have to 2FA every time I want to use one of a small handful of services, I have to permit Google cookies to stick around everywhere, including outside the container. This means I'm letting myself be anonymously tracked. 🤷
Thanks to stoically's Temporary Containers extension working in concert with the official Multi-Account Containers extension, #Firefox containers have graduated from "neat idea" to "killer feature" in my book. I need to write a blog post about this.
Example workflow: open #Firefox. New tab is already in a temporary container that'll be thrown away when I close it. I can open new tabs anytime, each one is in its own temporary container.
Type "cybre" into a tab and pick https://cybre.space/ from the awesomebar. I've configured a Cyberspace container, so it flips right over to that one where I'm already logged-in.
Click a GitHub link here, it opens in a temporary container. Make a GitHub container, log in. Now all GitHub links open in that container.
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