Thank you for the suggestion.
Unfortunately that's not it. To be certain, I removed all custom rules and my options are relatively minimal/innocuous:
I suspect it may be a strange error that occurs with large numbers of tabs/memory management.
I often run 300 tabs (I know, it's terrible)...
Does anyone else get the following message when using AdGuard with Google (Gmail, Drive, etc)?
Whenever I use AdGuard I get this message after some period of time.
If I delete all Google cookies and disable AdGuard, I do not get the message.
I've attempted to whitelist most google-related...
Your solution worked great and is likely the safest.
I went a bit more aggressive and removed everything other than the number following the "/dp/" which has been working for me.
For anyone interested, this is the rule I've created for the purpose:
@Alex42 - Thank you.
Unfortunately $removeparam removes querystring params.
My question is whether there is anything that allows me to add querystring params:
I am curious whether AdGuard can be used to add this parameter to the querystring whenever I'm at the domain walmart.com (in this...
There are some sites that I have to set a parameter every time I search.
The most popular example is probably Walmart where every search requires I scroll-down and choose "Walmart" or they include a bunch of spam-garbage products.
By limiting to Walmart only, it appends the following to the...
@DextroseAction - This works great to eliminate the Youtube "shorts", thank you for sharing, the "shorts" and TikTok content in general annoys me, lol.
Have you ever tried eliminating the Facebook videos DIV? The abbreviated code:
<div class="x10wlt62 x6ikm8r">
Ah, okay, I think I understand.
You don't have an example of a specific site; however, as you put it, the MSM's are "chock full of lies".
BTW - I'm a conservative and I see no issue. This is why I asked the question.
Am I doing something wrong, or does this require blocking the JS, rather than the CSS?
A perfect example is the new nag...
I just browsed the list and I don't see anything even mildly objectionable, whether you're on the Left or Right.
The OP @Tekl also mentioned it's a list he created "for himself"; he's not promoting it for others, he's merely providing a list of sites that he's created for himself in the event...
There is a new popup in Gmail, to try forcing people to switch from their "Hangouts" to their new "Chat". It's very obtrusive.
I've attempted to create rules, but for some reason, my rules are not blocking (based on Dev Tools & AdGuard Filter Log).
It's a div with the class "Ff".
@Blaz - Thank you very much. That worked. I'm now using:
...which successfully blocks several unwanted elements on the site.
The ironic thing is that I was originally going without the "||" (which seem to be extraneous in all rules, for my purposes) but...
I'm Trying to block a simple class from hackster.io
Take this page, for example:
First I tried:
When nothing worked, I thought it might be related to...
Is there some way to determine whether the extensions are not working, or to view specific errors in userscripts/"extensions"?
The reason I ask, every userscript that I use ( Local YouTube Downloader; Image Max URL; Stop Overzealous Embedding ) -- they all work fine in TaperMonkey...
Over the past few years, several people have asked whether there were a way to create HTML video autoplay blocking rules in AdGuard.
To clarify, this is a reference to stop video from playing automatically not blocking the video entirely.
My workaround has often been disabling $script on a...
Thank you. That was my original assessment; however, it just doesn't make sense they would bother blurring/protecting the content w/JS when they don't actually have any content to protect, lol!
Based on that, I began to thing that there is JS being used to inject the links in a "lazy" fashion...
I've developed an Adguard filter for up.codes ( Example URL: https://up.codes/search?juris_key=florida&year=2020&q=test )
I'm verifying every filter-rule and confirming there are no issues with these rules in the filter log.
I think everything is good with the filter. Basically this filter...