Almost every modern browser offers the ability to block 3rd-party cookies for added privacy. Some browsers even enable this behavior by default. When using an LMS, every LTI application is considered by the browser to be a 3rd-party because it's content does not come from the same URL as the LMS.
While Harmonize is able to detect this configuration and allow you to launch most screens into a separate window, users will have a much smoother experience by whitelisting Harmonize from the cookie blocking. Below are instructions on how to enable this in each of the browsers we support.
- Go to Settings in your Chrome browser
- Scroll down to the Privacy and security section and click on the row labeled Cookies and other site data
- In the dialog that appears, enter [*.]42lines.net as the site and click Add
- The final setting should look similar to this:
- Go to Preferences in your Firefox browser
- Click on the Privacy & Security link in the left side of the page
- Scroll down the page to the Cookies and Site Data section and click on the Manage Exceptions button
- In the dialog that appears, enter 42lines.net into the address field and click Add and then click Save Changes
- Go to Settings in your Edge browser
- Click on the Cookies and Site Permissions link on the left side of the page
- In the section labeled Allow, click the Add button
- In the dialog that appears, enter [*.]42lines.net into the field and click Add
- When you are finished, your settings should look similar to this:
- Safari blocks all 3rd-party cookies by default and does not currently support whitelisting specific sites.