I just noticed that $jsinject exception rules are not being applied, can somebody confirm it..?
For example, if I add a rule @@||google.com^$jsinject and go to google.com, window.AG_onLoad is still there.
I think that one disadvantage of ||treasuredata.com^$third-party is that it won't work on tracking requests from android apps. I think it is likely that such apps actually exists, because they provide an android sdk. so I think ||in.treasuredta.com^ would be fine.
Will you change it or add...
was added in https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardFilters/commit/d5690b43f52748515cec5d2cc5dc809c1170c5ee, but it breaks some Korean websites, could you please remove it? You said you've added ||in.treasuredata.com^$third-party but as it seems to be removed from...
Sample website: m.newsway.co.kr
HTML filtration is applied to http://m.newsway.co.kr/script_new.php?ver=20161012181550 and such.
The problem does not...
If https filtering is enabled with https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kakao.talk, sometimes the content of the app does not load.
3. Tab on any 'channel', check that the content is loaded.
4. Pause the Adguard protection, open KakaoTalk and go to 'channels' tab, and tab on any...
@avatar I really hope this issue is fixed. It seems that you guys have already take a look into it, is it that this issue has low priority?
I've found another website where I can stably reproduce the issue.
Steps to reproduce:
That request was already blocked by a rule ||dcd.adotsolution.com/dcd/$empty.
I think I can no longer reproduce the issue. It's strange, the issue was definitely there a few days ago. Maybe they have changed something in the app.
So this can be closed now.
This randomly happens on me too, but most of the time, if I refresh the page the issue is gone. I can stably reproduce it on https://forum.adguard.com/index.php?threads/adguard-breaks-www-bbscorner-com-bbssoftware.11923/
Sample apps: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=wongi.weather
Most of ads are already blocked, but those apps still displays ads occasionally, and I can't find requests responsible for those in the log.
I am wondering if...