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What is a cookie?

A HTTP cookie is a small text file set on your computer by a website, so as to identify itself to the web server the next time you visit the same website.

Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies to store your application and design settings (the global and column settings) as per your last session. You are free to reject or delete cookies at any time and cookies can be removed via the “Reset Typetester” button or via your browser settings. When you delete or disable cookies, the website will remain fully functional. However, in doing so you will not see any of the settings you had in place from your last session the next time you visit Typetester.

Google Analytics

We track usage on Typetester via Google Analytics. The analytics.js JavaScript library is part of Google’s Universal Analytics offering and uses first-party cookies to distinguish unique users and to throttle the request rate. Read more how Google Analytics cookies work or Reject or delete Google Analytics cookies.

What cookies do we store?

Cookie Purpose
tt-sample-text, tt-baseline-grid To store and restore your global Typetester settings, such as the testing text string and baseline grid.
tt-settings To store your Typetester design settings for each column.
_utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmz To collect general information on how visitors use our site i.e. the number of visitors, where visitors have come from, the pages they previously visited etc. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, and no personal information is recorded. We use the information collected to generate reports and statistics that help us improve the website.

How can I change my cookie settings?

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