I was afraid of that. And there's probably no way to change that either. Hmmmm, still, I've got two ideas which could work around this and might go well with a 6.0 planned feature...It is intended. I think that YTC have been using local storage before and that's why you had different settings in different browsers.
But now it sees GM_ functions implementations and uses them.
I've managed to reproduce it once in Firefox. Cannot do it again.Just the page. Weird, after the forced restart of Adguard it didn't happen again. Will keep watching.
Delete YTC and install it again.Is there a way to clear YTC's saved settings in Adguard? Clearing browser caches/using new profiles doesn't clean it anymore.
Maybe it's better to add "Reload" button? It will be the same as Uninstall+Install (if download link and userscript resources are still alive). Otherwise it will just clear GM properties storage.Excellent! One request though, instead of having to go through the trouble of uninstalling and reinstalling a script, wouldn't it be easier to add a clear data button/link next to Uninstall? By clear data, I mean clear the script's local database settings for scripts that support it.
^this. i wonder why.Boo B,
I'm using Chrome Version 37.0.2062.3 dev-m (64-bit), no problems for me at all here!
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I wonder why this change was Made * Increased the filter update period up to 12 hours. I'd like to see the filter update period decreased to 3 hours, can I ask why the BIG change to decrease filter updates?