First of all, I'd like to congratulate the community on the 100th edition of Firefox.
The subject was selected as "other" because it is not a failure or problem, but a suggestion for improvement related to the information on the volume of cookies and website and cache data stored on disk.
It's been a while since I noticed this and now I present it in writing asking whether or not it is feasible to implement the suggestion below.
In Settings / Privacy and security / Cookies and website data, the amount of “bytes” stored taking up disk space appears.
According to the detailed description on the subject, available at the address
there is a screen copy illustrating the explanations, for example:
Cookies and website data
Your stored cookies, website data and cache are currently taking up 468 MB of disk space. know more
That's the point: "Your cookies, website data and cache stored are currently taking up 468 MB of disk space"
However, this information freezes when reaching 1.0GB.
The exact question: could this information be shown beyond the conditioned threshold until the user decides to clear all data?
Without further ado, I thank you in advance for your attention and, as far as possible, I look forward to hearing from you.
Basic Firefox User in Brazil
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