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Lately i've been having some problems with Gmail and it only displays the first person to go into their email. So the login window doesn't let you restart for a new login, it just automatically goes to the 1st person login. Clearing cookies solves this problem tho.

Is there a way to automatically clear cookies for a specific site? Or so it just doesn't accept certain cookies from the site?
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SAFARI > PREFERENCES > SECURITY > SHOW COOKIES: Find the site in question and delete it's cookies.


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In Safari:

SAFARI > PREFERENCES > SECURITY > SHOW COOKIES: Find the site in question and delete it's cookies.
I went there and deleted everything 'gmail' and it still didn't clear the gmail login from the 1st person's address. It does work when I go to SAFARI > RESET SAFARI > check 'remove all cookies'. Its just a pain to do it everytime you wanna go into your email.
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Since the one you're looking for apparently doesn't identify itself very well, you need to do something else. Perhaps setting it to ask you to accept all cookies will help you to identify the one that's problematic.
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