What is the difference between elemhide and generichide or urlblock and genericblock. I don't understand the documentation.
Disables all generic cosmetic rules on pages that correspond to exception rule.
Disables any cosmetic rules on the pages matching the rule.
Sounds the same to me.
Steps to reproduce:
(optional) Disable all filters
Add these custom filters
With these filters everything except secure-ds.serving-sys.com should be unblocked. However nothing...
Just tested it and it's not as you say. Content loaded at a later point in time is unaffected of these rules.
I disabled all filters on bild.de and only applied bild.de##[id^="jsm_"]. After 2 seconds the DOM is full of div tags starting with "jsm_".
Doesn't work. There will still be blocked content. He just said it in another thread.
Adguard is not able to ALLOW ALL and apply custom filter rules. Imo this is a huge problem. No idea why this hasn't caused severe problems yet.
Oh wow. Such a feature should be added as fast as possible. Any site could just check if a certain ad is displayed or blocked. If the corresponding rule is in a basic list there would be no way to remove the ad without removing the rule from the basic list (which you don't want to do). That's a...
Someone should fix the documentation then.
I'm using the browser plugin. Stealth doesn't work there. Can you tell me how I can disable every rule for a domain and only apply my own rules?
I'm trying to create some custom rules for bild.de myself. For that I need to unblock all request and then apply my own rules (mostly cosmetic rules).
The documentation says that @@||bild.de^$urlblock,extension,jsinject,elemhide,content is the same as @@||bild.de^$document
However the former...