It would be great to be able to click the Assistant button and select something like "Report Broken Site" and then a dialog box pops up for me to type in what's broken, click a 'Report to AdGuard' button, and you guys are made aware of the issue.
Or, am I missing an easy way to do this already?
It works in Stylish so I'll live with only having it applied in one browser for now.
I'm noticing some things not being applied for other styles as well.
For example DarkSearch for Google's link color isn't applied. I had to move it back to Stylish. I hoped to rid myself of Greasemonkey...
Just want to give you guys a heads up. As of Windows 10's newest build (14942) Adguard completely breaks internet connectivity. I tested with this newest beta in case it fixed things, but it didn't. I had to disable Adguard completely to use any browser.
I have to say... it is very inconsistent. Once the problem happens, it never works again unless I disable Adguard, refresh the page, then reclick the Share button.
If I close Adguard and my browser, then open the browser, the problem NEVER happens. This is the only way I can know it's...
Share this Page in Firefox, as described here:
doesn't work with Adguard enabled.
I've tried disabling the Social filters but it didn't help the issue.
The easiest Share connector to try that will cause the problem...
The full .js path wasn't required for other userstyles. I've just been putting in the url and Adguard picks them up.
Maybe it's the apostrophe in the name?
Anyway, this works for now. Thanks vvgNovanet.
I added a style to UserStyles.org with the specific intent to use it as a path to get the code into Adguard through the extensions import. I've installed other UserStyles this way, but when I try to install my own I get this message...
Did I do something wrong in the script code?
OK, I get it now.
The extension is like an addon to Adguard that requires it's own filter list. Subscribing to the filter list in Adguard Ad Blocker section is the way to keep the filter list up to date.
So my original 2 part question is moot. The answer is... if you want to use Anti-Adblock...
As an example, I'm looking at Anti-adblock Killer.
It's on GreasyFork so it can be added as an Extension in Adguard.
It's also found under the Add Filter button in the Adguard Ad Blocker section.
There are two parts to this question...
1) Which would get updates quicker?
2) Which requires...