uBlock origin can support syntax check, though ADGUARD can highlight syntax, but it can't highlight error syntax. For me to write user filters, it is very inconvenient......
When is wrong syntax highlighted like his:
i wanted to ask if is possible to make a rule for a specific case
Example site for this purpose: http://brfiles.com/f/oGg8DRv1/Close.2019.720p.WEB-DL.rar
Site Source contains the script:
var milisec = 0;
var mCheck = 0;
var seconds = 30;
var seconds_total = seconds;
I'm using AdGuard Content Blocker for Samsung Internet
Please see the attached screenshots
I'm using AdGuard...
This site seems to be using a custom or modified version of one of the anti-adblockers scripts.
A full screen alert is shown on all pages asking to disable the ad-blocker (please see the attached screenshot).
I'm using AdGuard Content Blocker, Samsung...
A short intoduction of the issue: Unlike desktop browsers, browsers on android don't give us the proper control to decide which websites are allowed/not-allowed to store cookies in our devices, it' just that we can enable or disable cookies all together, which is - very - impractical...
I'm trying to block content on a website on mobile. I have on my desktop Adblock filters in place which work but on adguard for mobile I can't seem to get them to work even after reading how to create the custom filters.