I noticed that compared to uBlock Origin on FF, Adguard is leaking cookies.
This can be seen by loading the same (some cookie-heavy) website with Adguard enabled + uBO disabled and vice versa.
With Adguard enabled (220.127.116.110) and uBO disabled loading the page https://pitchfork.com/ will result...
Thanks @Boo Berry!
I wonder why App Store did not suggest the update, even though the updated version was available when I went to see the app page.
Now I have 5 filters enabled:
* Adguard Base filter
* Adguard Tracking protection filter
* Adguard Social media filter
* MacOs High Sierra
* Safari 12.1.1
* AdGuard for Safari app extension Version 1.2.1.
Lately I have been starting to receive warnings about too many filters being enabled.
What I've been running is:
* AdGuard Base filter
* AdGuard Spyware filter
* Malware Domains
* AdGuard Safari filter...
Thanks for the help. I did not help for me. I also tried with old api and dynamic filtering disabled. I never found a combination that would remove the ads in that forum. Also local blocking rules did not take effect over restart. I must try this add-on again after OS update, perhaps it has...
I have now tried all the combinations above incl. old api and other filters. For some reason it seems that in my machine in Safari (in Maverics) the Adguard is somehow broken. The filters are ineffective and local blocking rules does does not have effect over restart. This add-on seemed to work...
This seems to be a problem with Safari browser (well, mine to be precise)
I tried this same thing with Chromium browser and it worked great:
- The social media buttons were reduced (only two buttons were visible) with default filter settings and top ad banner is hidden:
When I apply the user...
Ok, per your suggestion I removed any additional components, but unfortunately it did not work any better.
Here's what I did:
- I disabled Ghostery completely.
- I removed all other filter subscriptions from Adguard, keeping only English and Safari filter subscriptions as you did.
Great! That's nice to hear.
I'll keep an eye to this topic for any new information.
You can also PM me anytime for any additional information or questions. Also, I'm more than happy to help if any additional testing is needed.
Thank you Boo Berry for the help and thanks for correcting the question to it's correct place. I was a bit uncertain if my question went to the right topic.
The problem is that the rule did not do it for me? Perhaps I'm doing something wrong here?
Here's what I did, I tried two different...
Is there a filter subscription or some way to disable all social media buttons/placeholders from website with Adguard?
I'll try to explain what I mean.
The page shows social media buttons on top of the screen with my current adguard...
Ads visible on all message threads on http://forums.macrumors.com
Couple of examples:
If I block the ad with Bock ads on this website...