Self explained in the title. I’ve seen a lot of improvements in WebPositive recently, which in turn made the browser useful for a lot of real life daily use cases (congratulations to the devs!), and even encouraged me to send a patch that got merged (the ALT -or CTRL- + TAB tab cycle shortcut I personally use a lot). Following item in the list is that website sessions are not remembered between Webpositive sessions, and so if I close the browser I have to log in again in a lot (if not all) of websites.
Why is that? Are we missing something in Web+ or HaikuWebkit to be able to support this? Using the cookie manager I’ve found that most of the cookies are deleted on exit using the PurgeForExit() method from the system’s cookie jar. Is this intented behaviour and sessions should be remembered in a different way or are we just deleting things that we shouldn’t on exit?
Sorry about my complete ignorance in this matter.
Thanks to the devs for your great work,