[AdGuard for Windows] v6.1.296 R4 release candidate

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Blaz

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Still there for me...
It seems not everytime you get the window with the circles. You have to test a few clicks on Download (for me the first one). Sadly that confirmation box doesn't show everytime.
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Blaz

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In Chrome's console I see the following error even though I don't have user agent modification activated, not on every site though:
Adguard Stealth mode error: TypeError: Cannot read property 'userAgent' of undefined
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https://blockadblock.com/
 

vasily_bagirov

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@Blaz can you open console and enter
Code:
navigator.userAgent
there, and then let us know what happens?

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By the way, new beta is out, I've updated the topic.
 

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"Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/54.0.2840.59 Safari/537.36"


important modifier works great :)
 
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Rik

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Just installed the new hotfix beta : nice interaction between beta-testers and your team : the issue withh HTTPS-sites in Firefox is gone - everything back to normal :)
But the YouTube-buffering issue with Internet Explorer 11 (https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardForWindows/issues/1269) remains : with this new beta even the workaround (adding googlevideo.com to the https-exceptions) doesn't help anymore : with Adguard ON the buffering in YouTube in IE11 always stops 15 seconds before the end of the clip, you can put your clock on it :confused:. In Firefox it still buffers perfect :).
Best regards Rik
@avatar Just installed the new bèta 6.1.278.1411 - everything works fine up to now (initial tests I always do), I see that the bug YouTube-buffering issue with Internet Explorer 11 (https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardForWindows/issues/1269) is still open & also remains in this new bèta, but with this new beta the workaround (adding googlevideo.com to the https-exceptions) works fine again - thank you :)
 

pegas

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The new beta 6.1.281.1494 is out.

How it is meant that WOT extension is now disabled by default? Because I still see WOT extension (1.0.39) enabled.
 

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pegas

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Again ... How it is meant that WOT extension is now disabled by default? Because I still see WOT extension (1.0.39) enabled.
 

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Again ... How it is meant that WOT extension is now disabled by default? Because I still see WOT extension (1.0.39) enabled.
For all new installations it should be disabled by default.

We didn't do it for existing installations though, it would be a bit weird.
 

Boo Berry

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Likely when you first install Adguard, WOT will be disabled.

Personally, I'd go one step further and allow removal of the WOT extension from Adguard (so it doesn't auto-update the extension or appear in the list) with an advanced option to add it back if desired.
 

pegas

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I for one wish WOT is removed completely. It doesn't have a sense to have it there but disabled. You stayed at the halfway. People don't use Adgurad because of WOT. The power of Adguard is elsewhere.
 

Boo Berry

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Yeah, with being able to add it back via a button (that only shows when WOT has been removed) from the Add extension dialog? Or a new setting in advanced settings to allow WOT removal and a button to add it back if it was removed.

Which, I guess, would also apply to Adguard for Mac too.
 

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It appears to be a bit too complicated in case of AG for Mac, so we'll just leave it disabled for now.
 

Fr9Tcm

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Using chrome and adguard 6.1.281.1494 R2 since yesterday and it gives me random ssl errors on Https sites. Not all sites but some of them(outlook.live.com). Disabling https filtering seems to solve the issue.
I use desktop version for http filter and adguard extension for https. Seems to work for now until the error is solved.

EDIT: I reverted to older version and the error remains(it was not the case yesterday) so maybe it has something to do with Chrome 55.0.2883.44 update that just happened. That would make sense because Firefox works normally with https filtering on.
 
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Boo Berry

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After the latest WOT extension update today, I was actually able to remove it. Though there's no way it looks like to add it back if desired (I'm sure that's coming).
 

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After the latest WOT extension update today, I was actually able to remove it. Though there's no way it looks like to add it back if desired (I'm sure that's coming).
I guess the only way is to reset AG settings to default.

Also you may try switching update channel (i am not sure it will return it back though).
 

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EDIT: I reverted to older version and the error remains(it was not the case yesterday) so maybe it has something to do with Chrome 55.0.2883.44 update that just happened. That would make sense because Firefox works normally with https filtering on.
Does it help to reinstall AG certificate? (Settings --> scroll down to "Reinstall certificate" button)
 
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