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I regularly use certain websites that have filters for the information i am looking for, what i want to do is to not have to manually keep setting the filters every single time i go onto the sites and just be able to set them once and then just one click to set them each time. Is this possible?



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not on your end no. that would be something they'd have to do on the website specifically. to save that info as a cookie or something.

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